The INIT Lab has applied for and received a gift of several high-resolution tablets from Wacom, Inc. This work will help us examine more features of children’s touch and gesture interaction using the specialized sensors available with this technology. Stay tuned for the results of this exciting new research!
Thank you, Wacom!
I have received a gift of equipment from Intel’s Software Academic Program to support my class on Natural User Interfaces. The tablets will be used in my class by the students to design and develop more natural interfaces that use touch and gesture interaction for their projects. With the class being so large, this equipment gift will ensure we have enough devices to go around!
Thank you, Intel!