Interfacing with technology and interactive systems is at the heart of what we do at BRDG Studios. It moves the user from a role as a passive observer into a position of control and engagement.
Here are several human-computer interfaces we like.
The Leap Motion sensor is a great way to interact with a computer. It can be used to select and navigate 3D in 3D environments and also desktop applications.
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2D designer to develop GUI, interaction design, print, and graphics
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