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Sam Jacoby
Sam Jacoby committed Dec 12, 2012
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title: Sliders & Wheels
summary: I draw my interfaces. Because I can.
summary: Sketching more complex interface elements using soft graphite.
date: 2012-12-09 19:36:01
date: 2012-12-11 23:56:09
keywords: graphite, sliders, wheels, interfaces, touch
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thumbnail: graphite-wheel-1.jpg
I headed over to Utrecht Art Supply earlier today to act on a hunch that I've had for awhile. They've got a nice selection of writing and drawing tools, and I picked up a variety of very, very soft graphite pencils. I didn't even know they went up to [9B](, but there it was--a gleaming rod of solid graphite. It had a nice heft to it, too. I got a range of hardnesses and headed back to the lab.
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title: TapClip
summary: A little capacitive-sensing board for clipping onto conductive materials to make interfaces and the like.
summary: A capacitive-sensing board for creating ad-hoc computer interfaces from conductive inks.
date: 2012-08-22 12:57:30
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TapClip is a specialized capactive sensor board that I'm using as a test-bed for exploring ad-hoc user-interface design, and more broadly, self-made technologies.
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I've documented some of my process in a variety of briefer posts. Take a look.

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