Carnegie Mellon University
Semester: Fall 2012 (1st semester)
Course: Tangible Interaction Design
In my 1st semester at Carnegie Mellon University I took the class: Tangible Interaction Design. The class was an introductory level course that taught students how to create mobile applications and work with Arduino.
ReactaCats was a short project that utilized the capacitive sensor in a tablet. The idea was that different “cat tokens” would control different sounds that once placed on the tablet could be mixed together and create music. Granted, it was crazy sounding “music”, that involved a lot of random pitched meows, but it was fun!
The images below are from a small presentation on the project.