Examples of applications using input other than mouse and keyboard.
Marianne Cauvard & Raphaël Pluvinage
Jellies with different shapes and salt concentration are placed over a capacitive sensor board. The electric current changes according to those factors and the distance and strength of the user contact. The resulting current is transformed in an audio output.
A Rubick’s Cube that serves as an interface to navigate through a product catalog. The user can rotate the 3D models by physically rotating the cube — probably equipped with an accelerometer. Shuffling the cube triggers the navigation and loads different products.
Original post: http://codeforart.cc/fall-2013/input-examples/