RFID as material in design

Here I am presenting at Recalling RFID (photo by Anne Helmond). I talked about the ways in which Touch is exploring RFID interactions from a design perspective. In particular I looked at the physicality of RFID readers and tags and the ways in which we can visualise RFID fields and applications.

Here is my presentation from the conference, with notes on each slide.


Download presentation: RFID as material in design [pdf]

Anne has a great summary, and there are more notes on the talk here and here.

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