"File Organizer" : UbiComp Assignment 2

I with a couple of my friends (Saif and Ukasha; sadly they have no channel for me to link) made this prototype video of a tangible interface for my Ubiquitous Computing class at Bauhaus University, Weimar, Germany. More information on the File Organizer is below:- A large amount of the population is negligent when it comes to organising files in any folder that sees very frequent input of files, an example of such a folder would be the downloads folder (especially on Windows platforms). Such folders also exist in professional workflows such as the workflow of a video editor, it is in these circumstances that such a cluttered folder is more than just an inconvenience and ends up hampering productivity. For the sake of simplicity, the example of the downloads folder will be taken as it is

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