We explore how to augment/modify paper by modification of optical properties of paper (e.g. through application of inks or paper perforation) and manipulation of light (e.g. generated by tablet computers underneath the paper). We show how to modify the appearance of printed content and create the illusion of making static objects perceptually dynamic. We also explore how to integrate multiple layers of information into paper in order to enable novel paper based interactions.
Campos C., Čopič Pucihar K., Kljun M. (2020, Oct) Pinhole Paper: Making Static Objects Perceptually Dynamic with Rear Projection on Perforated Paper. MobileHCI 2020