Tangible Interaction Design Studio

Carnegie Mellon University, Fall 2009, Spring 2011,  Fall 2011

The Tangible Interaction Design Studio (Tangibles Studio for short) is a project-based class in which participants research, conceive, design, prototype, and document (and in some cases, publish) a tangible interaction project over a single semester. The studio is required for Master of Tangible Interaction Design students and it fulfils a requirement for Master and PhD students in the School of Architecture’s Computational Design program. Students from other degree programs at any level are most welcome to participate. Students may register for 9 – 18 units; expectations are commensurate with time commitment. The goal is to bring together a community of people who are building tangible interaction prototypes to do inspiring work.