This prototype interface was specifically designed to be used by multiple users at once, which is an interesting implication of multi-touch interfaces.
Initially based on only mouse and keyboard interaction and single-user oriented interaction paradigms, it now provides multi-user oriented alternative interaction methods thanks to the rapid improvements in technology. However, the technology providing the user those opportunities expects the user to learn a new language. Multitouch interfaces are among these new languages through which more than one user can interact directly by using their hands without a mouse or a keyboard.
In that context, the following project presents Squatouch, which carries the human-computer interaction to a higher level by providing a tangible interface that is alternative to traditional graphical user interface.