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Drawing design futures for shape-changing interfaces

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Shape-Changing interfaces have the potential to change the world by giving tangible form to computational interactions: but what will we use them for, and what are the implications of adopting such technologies? This doctorate investigates the current breadth of research prototypes, their classifications, limitations and possibilities -- with the ultimate goal of informing application design and usage for shape-change. The interdisciplinary nature of this enquiry employs mixed methodologies such as sketching user scenarios and creating design fictions to inform the field, whilst public facing workshops allow for fresh perspectives on future design and use cases.