|Title||Modeling and testing of inflatable components for ubiquitous computing|
Inflatables make for great shape-changing devices. Flat or folded in the deflated state, they can turn into a multitude of geometries and shapes when inflated. To explore this class of shape-changing interfaces, a successful candidate will build and analyze inflatables from different materials (silicone, TPU-coated nylon, etc.), explore their geometries and create a software that models the shape-changes before the actual building process.
|Home institution||Department of Computing Science|
|Type of work||practical / application-focused|
|Type of thesis||Master's degree|
|Author||Dr.-Ing. Heiko Müller|