We introduce the Tangible Video Bubbles, a new video-based drawing space for children to create expressive video art. A Tangible Video Bubble acts both as a container for children's expressions, as well as an instrument with which children can perform with their recorded video by squeezing and stretching the physical bubble. We present our iterative design process and evaluation of the play space with children, and discuss a new approach to making video creation more concrete and playful for children.
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