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The Diamond MysteryTo investigate how groups collaborate when engaging in an information-rich task, we designed a collaborative game that groups of three play using a shared interactive tabletop and individual handheld devices. Working together, the three detectives must try to solve the case of missing diamond. Read more...
OurSpaceTo investigate how children collaborate on a shared-space design task, we created a tabletop application for children to arrange the desks and place students in their own classroom. Using this platform, we were able to investigate the effects of gender, age, and touch condition (multiple concurrent touches vs. turn taking). Read more...
DigiTileThe world of art and mathematics intersect in DigiTile, a tabletop computer program. Two learners collaborate on creating a pattern tile. Read more...
The Augmented Knights CastleChildren's imaginative play with play sets often revolves around narrative. How does augmenting those play sets with interactive computational elements change that? Read more...