Interface Tesseracto UI and the Hologram: A Zero UI Proposal

Interface Tesseracto UI and the Hologram: A Zero UI Proposal

Marcos Luiz Mucheroni (University of São Paulo (USP) - School and Communications and Arts (ECA), São Paulo, Brazil)
DOI: 10.4018/IJCICG.2019010105
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Building Tesseracto UI-type holographic interfaces is one step significant interaction in interfaces of computational devices with interaction in 3D. This follows the idea that the best user interface is no interface device, in the space of the hypercube and the fourth dimension. The contact device detects haptic interfaces, at the same time the touch in a free space as contact is made from fine ultrasonic sensors corresponding to the hologram images. The prototype was developed using the vertical and horizontal ultrasonic devices and a display hologram. The device is still in the testing phase, but the connection with the computer screens is already possible, in a prototype environment.
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2. What Is The Work Of Art As Thing, Virtual Interface And Zero Ui

It also emphasizes that the concept of aesthetics goes beyond all this, and the concepts of form and content “in which everything fits and something”, making the rational as logical and the irrational as allegorical nowadays incorrectly as virtual or even imaginary. The Heidegger points out and must be taken into account, together with Hinton's discourse on Tesseractus, is that “form-matter and the subject-object relationship, then representation has a conceptual mechanics which nothing can resist.” (Heidegger, 2017: 18).

The fundamental question of the distinction between matter and form, when we are treating as mere things, is primarily due to the “dilation and the emptying” of these concepts, that is, the “remission to a vast use”, trying to make them “natural determinations” to work of art.

In order not to miss out on the essential questions, he will say by way of example: “The granite block, which rests on itself, is something material in a well-defined, though coarse form. This form here means the distribution and ordering of the parts of matter in the places of space, which has as consequence a certain outline, namely that of a block “(Heidegger, 2017, p. 19), and he will say at the end of the reasoning the properties and possibilities of granite, that “the being that is submitted is always the product (Erzeugnis) of a fabrication (Anfertigung)” (Heidegger, 2017, p. 29), the product being manufactured as “an accessory for something”.

It which is compatible with Flusser's manufacturing idea (2017), and which translates into an essential concept of artifact (Marcos, Mucheroni, 2018), although there may be subtle distinctions between the three: Heidegger, Flusser and our concept of the artifact.

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