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Tangible interaction is a compelling interface paradigm that elegantly merges the fluency of physical manipulation with the flexibility of digital content. However, it is currently challenging to understand the real benefits and advantages of tangible systems. To address this problem, this paper argues that we need new evaluation techniques capable of meaningfully assessing how users perform with tangible, physical objects. Working towards this aim, it presents a videocoding framework thatdoi:10.1145/2559206.2581185 dblp:conf/chi/EstevesBAMWO14 fatcat:x5tjbgwncrf6dk5zgomprl457u