This workshop explores interactive and intuitive robot motion control as a medium to explore non deterministic design trajectories and human-robot interactions. Students focused on the development of custom user interfaces, including parametric constraint models and logics. Through iterative design charrettes, students engaged with online robotic programming and build in groups dynamic ideation environments where human and robot actively engaged with the design space. By engaging technologies such as scanning, human interface devices and user tracking, students situated the robot as a mediating device in a feedback loop which engages simultaneously with the digital and physical world. Using their custom UI’s, students actively explored and imagined how we engage with matter and the space once we are able to move things precisely, intuitively and interactively.