An Interaction Designer working in Product Innovation, Roger Ibars specializes in Natural User Interfaces, from the social and technical explorations to defining the syntactics and semantics on early prototyping. With the aim to explore game controllers and gesture interaction, in 2002 he began building "hard-wired devices" to create debate about the influence of gaming culture on the design of user interfaces. The result is a collection of vintage electronic devices -alarm clocks and game controllers- in which two cultures of interface blend between the computer gaming culture and the home appliance culture, which has been exhibited several times around the world. Currently Roger lives in Seattle and works as a Senior Interaction Designer at Microsoft Design Group.
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