Tangible Textural Interface (TTI) Sound System by Eunhee Jo
by Harry / June 27, 2012
From Eunhee Jo, a sound system that embeds a tactile, interactive surface.




Says Jo, "TTI has flexibility that enables people to physically touch and feel the response through the controls and physical morph of the surface."

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The sound system's textile interface has three main functions; backwards & forwards, volume control and an equalizer with a physical feedback and control interface provided within the surface.

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"As you control the functions, the left surface physically responds to the controls. Tactile surface also responds to the beat of the music."

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"TTI delivers new aesthetics through integrated flexible surfaces as interface material unlike adapting conventional materials for interfaces such as plastic or glass."

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