After four months of research at the Waseda University in Tokyo, PingMag (the Tokyo-based magazine about “design and making things”) grabbed him for a talk about his interaction works, such as the interactive tactile whiteboard.
Henning’s approach is all about the design of technology from the userâ€™s perspective:
“Interfaces should be useful and usable, helping instead of hindering people in what they want to do. With computerized systems this tends to get difficult, so my task is to design the things in a useful way according to cognitive and cultural psychology. This may include a shift from a purely task-oriented towards an emotional design and user experience.”