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Human-Computer Interaction technology in The Economist

Technology developed by researchers in Lancaster University’s School of Computing and Communications has been highlighted by The Economist.

The team, led by Dr Jason Alexander, a lecturer in Human-Computer Interaction, has created ReForm – a machine that enables a flexible design process called ‘bidirectional fabrication’ that allows objects to evolve through computer aided design and physical modifications.

Read about ReForm in The Economist.

See a video about the technology.

Fri 10 June 2016