Interactive Futures Lab is an interdisciplinary group at the OCAD University in Toronto. We create novel interfaces for new physical technologies such as autonomous vehicles, cyborgs, robots, and tools for DIY making. Through our efforts, we hope to create socially, culturally, and ethically meaningful human-computer interactions for the future.

All Projects

Fight-Or-Flight?

Leveraging Instinctive Human Defensive Behaviors for Safe Human-Robot Interaction

SRAs performing background tasks

Using Supernumerary Robotic Arms for Background Tasks

Exploring the use of extra hands for communication

Supernumerary Arms for Gestural Communication

Pedestrian AV Interface

Communication of Awareness and Intent in Autonomous Vehicle-Pedestrian Interaction

Negotiating Ethical Making

Negotiating Ethical Making Between Humans and Machines

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Bridging Two Worlds: Co-designing social spaces for autism