Large collections of photographs are commonplace, and many interfaces for viewing, sorting and organizing them have been proposed. This work describes the design and implementation of a "living photo frame" - designed not to navigate or browse collections but to create an enjoyable activity from a collection of images. Tangible interactions with a tablet-style PC are used to bind the user closely to the system. Every interaction is logged and used to gradually evolve the structure of photo collections
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