Printing 4D tangible interfaces (2014-15) (2014-15) (2015-16) (2015-16)

3D printing technologies are increasingly being seen as a tranformative and disruptive manufacturing process. To date there are many 3D printing systems and even more research in methods to create low cost, bespoke 3D printers printing custom materials.

This project intends to investigate printing 4D tangible interfaces. This constitues phase change materials to human-computer interface technologies.

Supervisor name: 
Dr. T. Lim
Supervisor and Deputy email addresses:
Deputy name: 
Prof. J. Ritchie