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Touch Interaction

Los Angeles: touch to pour

A familiar site in European and North American dentists – a tap that turns on and off by gently pressing the top of the pipe. Touch screen phones and other assorted devices are rapidly changing mainstream interactions norms – to what extent will it jump off the display and shift our expectations of how we interact with the world around us?

And how direct interaction with objects is perceived differently in public versus private contexts?