Spinning in Control: Design Exploration of a Cross-Device Remote

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Proceedings of Fifth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction, 2011, pp. 189 - 192
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You buy a new TV and get a new remote, you buy a DVD player and you get another remote, you buy a sound system and guess what? Almost every digital media product comes with its own designated remote control (RC). What would happen if one remote adapts to the owner's activities and is able to have cross-device control? In this paper we describe a design exploration conducted to create new ways to interact with digital media products. The main ingredients are: fit for a social setting, portable, and including physical interaction. The result is an exploration of a button less single-hand remote control concept.
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