Paul May

Final Year Projects at CIID

16 December 2013

Last week I had the pleasure of attending some of the final student presentations and end-of-year show at the Copenhagen Institute for Interaction Design. Here are some of my favourite projects:

Indie Controls
[Indie Controls](http://ciid.dk/education/portfolio/idp13/courses/final-projects-2013/indie-controls/): A novel, open-source, modular games controller by Daniel Lahar.
Pretotype
[Preotype](http://ciid.dk/education/portfolio/idp13/courses/final-projects-2013/pretotype/): A toolkit that supports the design and documentation of physical computing and electronics projects.
Griphint
[Griphint](http://ciid.dk/education/portfolio/idp13/courses/final-projects-2013/griphint/): A pen that offers autistic children visual feedback on their pen grip as they learn to write.
Kwerkies
[Kwerkies](http://ciid.dk/education/portfolio/idp13/courses/final-projects-2013/kwerkies/): Really beautifully designed wooden toys that operate as a network, and react to one another.

I also really liked:

The work from CIID students was, as ever, thorough and thoughtful. It’s a great programme.

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  • Paul May is a researcher, interaction designer, and technologist from Dublin, Ireland. He is currently working with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center on smart health applications.