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Open University Pervasive Interaction Lab tour
Some fascinating research came under the silicon.com microscope last month as senior reporter Natasha Lomas took a tour of the Open University's Pervasive Interaction Lab, which explores human computer interaction and how technology can shape and influence behaviour.
Pictured above is one of its projects called MusicJacket - which uses motion sensors and vibrotactile feedback to help a violin student adopt the correct posture and bow motion.
To learn more of the lab's research projects, see Can tech change your behaviour? The Open University investigates.
Photo: Natasha Lomas/silicon.com