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Shape-changing interfaces are a type of user interface in human-computer interaction that can physically transform or change their form to convey information, provide feedback, or enhance user interaction. These interfaces use physical changes, such as altering their shape, texture, or tangible properties, to communicate information and create more intuitive and engaging interactions between humans and computers. We are researching this topic at the University of Applied Sciences in Dresden at the Chair of Visual Engineering (Professur für Technische Visualistik). Shape-changing displays represent an exciting area of research with numerous potential applications across various domains. By integrating advanced materials, mechanics, and electronics, these innovative systems have the potential to transform our interactions with information and technology, paving the way for new forms of expression, communication, and user experience. As this field continues to evolve, we can expect to see even more sophisticated and versatile shape-changing displays that push the boundaries of what is possible in display technologies.

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