Keyboard Hacking was a short-term workshop (2 days) organized by Massimo Banzi for the MA course in Interaction Design to introduce physical computing elements. The workshop taught how to use normal keyboards to create quick and economic interactive prototypes. The final project assignment proposed the usage of common objects and to focus on their typical affordances in order to propose augmented solutions. To accomplish this goal, two kind of sensors were distributed: tilt (to detect basic motions) and light sensors.

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