OnObject designed by Keywon Chung (my officemate!!), Michael Shilman, Chris Merrill and Hiroshi Ishii is a small device user wears on hand to program physical objects to respond to gestural triggers.
Attach an RFID tag to any objects, grab them by the tag, and program their responses to your grab, release, shake, swing, and thrust gestures using built in microphone or on-screen interface. Using OnObject, children, parents, teachers and end users can instantly create gestural object interfaces and enjoy them. Copy-paste the programming from one object to another to propagate the interactivity in your environment.
Watch the videos!
Children recording on objects