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Many actions in the physical world take place in the background or periphery of people's attention. However, interactions with computing technologies usually require focused attention. This article explores the concept of peripheral interaction: physical interaction with technology that takes place outside the focus of attention. A peripheral interaction design (called FireFlies), which supports primary school teachers in their everyday routine through open-ended light-objects on the children'sdoi:10.1080/07370024.2014.921531 fatcat:nbe2e43kavcw3aul4qukrf7t2e