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Levitate Project

The vision of the Levitate project is to create a physical interface in mid-air in the form of complex levitating objects, composed of small levitating particles. Users will be able to interact with the novel display in a multimodal manner; they could see, hear, feel and manipulate the levitating matter with all of the user feedback being generated in mid-air.


Levitate is an EU funded project in cooperation with the University of Glasgow, University of Sussex, University of Bayreuth, Chalmers University of Technology and ultrahaptics.

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LeviCursor: Dexterous Interaction with a Levitating Object

Levitation Simulator: Prototyping Ultrasonic Levitation Interfaces in Virtual Reality

HaptiRead: Reading Braille as Mid-Air Haptic Information

Combining Shape-Changing Interfaces and Spatial Augmented Reality Enables Extended Object Appearance


Creature Teacher (immersive 3D animation system)

BaseLane: An Interactive Focus + Context Laser Floor

Analyzing Visual Attention During Whole Body Interaction with Public Displays

The BoomRoom: Mid-air Direct Interaction with Virtual Sound Sources

Communiplay: A Field Study of a Public Display Mediaspace

Tracs: Transparency-control for See-trough Displays

myPosition: Sparking Civic Discourse by a Public Interactive Poll Visualization

GazeHorizon: Enabling Passers-by to Interact with Public Displays by Gaze

A Collaborative See-through Display Supporting On-demand Privacy

MirrorTouch: Combining Touch and Mid-air Gestures dor Public Displays

Cuenesics: Using Mid-Air Gestures to Select Items on Interacitve Public Displays

Screenfinity - Extending the Perception Area of Content on Very Large Public Displays

​StrikeAPose: Revealing Mid-Air Gestures on Public Displays

​Interaktives Display - Digitales Schaufenster powererd by T-Labs (Prototyp Bundesliga)

​ShoeSense CHI'12: A New Perspective on Hand Gestures and Wearable Applications

​PalmSpace: Continuous Around-Device Gestures vs. Multitouch for 3D Rotation Tasks on Mobile Devices

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