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NETLab Toolkit - NETLab
The NETLab Toolkit is a free set of software tools that enable designers to easily "sketch in hardware". With no programming at all and working in the familiar environment of Flash, designers can hook up a physical sensor (e.g. a knob) and immediately get that knob to control a motor or a video projection. The toolkit works with a wide range of sensors, wireless sensors, input from the Wii Remote, controls motors and LEDs, communicates with MIDI devices, controls sound, graphics, and video in Flash, and communicates with DMX computer controlled lighting equipment, all with a simple drag-and-drop interface (of course, programming hooks are provided as well).
programming  flash  programming-by-demonstration  hardware  electronics 
july 2009 by tsuomela
Tessa Lau's Research
My fundamental interest lies in the marriage of AI and human-computer interaction. I seek to use AI techniques to make computing systems easier to use. Current interfaces require users to learn to speak the language of the system in order to do their work
research  people  academic  hci  computer  programming  programming-by-demonstration 
may 2007 by tsuomela

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