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Nov 21 2016 - 07:00 PM
LiquidText at the EdLab Seminar

After completing his Ph.D at Georgia Tech’s School of Interactive Computing Craig Tashman launched LiquidText in an effort to provide more flexible, digital-friendly document interaction. In the summer of 2013, Tashman visited EdLab to introduce his start-up and the impact it is having on the process of reading.

Check out the talk and the related discussion on on Vialogues.

Excerpts from the discussion

@7:03 LauraCostello: It's interesting that they did so much study into the problems of traditional text reading. I like that their goal isn't to replace, but to improve upon paper.

@30:32 jagnitti: I really appreciate how Craig and his team have tackled the technical challenges that have arisen throughout development. The attention to user interaction is phenomenal.

@43:55 megha94in: "Apple did a good job in standardizing certain multitouch interactions, but the down side is that we are left with those shallow interactions" - I agree with this, and I like how Samsung is testing some new multitouch interactions with their Galaxy models.

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