Students get creative in Interactive Technology Design
12 February 2010
In Michael Bernstein’s Interactive Technology Design Course, students learned how to marry style with innovation. Over the course of two weeks, participants went from preliminary sketches to prototypes of their own interactive technology devices.
Completed prototypes included a “Guitar Glove” designed to teach difficult songs to Guitar Hero beginners, a coffee mug/RSS feed scanner, and a light-up “Sports Cuff” for athletes to keep track of the score during games. Click here for a video of the students’ creations in action.