TopLevi (2022 UIST SIC)
Posted on Nov. 1, 2022, 9:16 a.m.
Top-Levi: Multi-User Interactive System Using Acoustic Levitation
Jiwan Kim and Hyunjae Gil
UIST '22 Adjunct: The Adjunct Publication of the 35th Annual ACM Symposium on User Interface Software and Technology
Session: Student Innovation Contests
Recognition: Best Jury Award($1,000), Honorable Mention for People's Choice($500)
Top-Levi is a public multi-user interactive system that requires a pair of users to cooperate with an audience around them. Based on acoustic levitation technology, Top-Levi leverages a unique attribute of dynamic physical 3D contents displayed and animated in the air: such systems inherently provide different visual information to users depending on where they are around the device. In Top-Levi, there are two primary users on opposite (left/right) sides of the device, and audience members to the front. Each sees different instructions displayed on a floating cube. Their collective task is to cooperate to move the cube from a start point to a final destination by synchronizing their responses to the instructions.