Mobile Camp NYC

I’m pleased to announce that I’ll be presenting at Mobile Camp NYC on Saturday 19th May in New York City.

I’ll be presenting some history and context around Physical Hyperlinks and Touch-based interactions.


Download my presentation here [PDF, 1.8 Mb]

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One Comment

  1. Posted 21 May 2007 at 5:45 | Permalink

    Thanks Timo for a great presentation at MobileCampNYC . And, thank you for posting the slides and material here! I was looking for the great slides you showed on codes embedded in graphically interesting ways, particularly the codes designed into clothing - a belt was it? Are they posted here somewhere and i missed them?

    Also, I was interested to know if some of the creative niche ways to use these codes you presented (like the tagging of craft items) have emerged in developing countries too?

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