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VERDIKT conference 2012

VERDIKT conference 2012

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  • 1. Musicking with smart things  5th VERDIKT conference  April 26th 2012 
  • 2. Agenda •  The RHYME project •  Musicking •  Smart Things •  Universal Design 
  • 3. The RHYME project •  RHYME: co‐creaKon through tangible interacKon  and music •  Goal: to improve health and well‐being for people  with severe disabiliKes •  User tesKng at Haug School spring 2011 and  spring 2012; design and build prototypes 
  • 4. ParKcipants •  AHO; Oslo School of Architecture and Design  InteracKon Design Group (project owner) •  Norwegian Academy of Music; Center for  Music and Health •  University of Oslo; InsKtute of InformaKcs 
  • 5. Users  •  Children with severe disabiliKes •  Assistants •  Families, parents and siblings 
  • 6. Musicking “To music is to take part in any capacity in a  musical performance, and the meaning of  musicking lies in the relaKonships that are  established between the parKcipants by the  performance” (Christopher Small, 1999) 
  • 7. Smart things •  Smart •  Things •  Tangible InteracKon •  Co‐creaKve tangibles 
  • 8. ORFI – first prototype 
  • 9. InteracKon with ORFI 
  • 10. WAVE – second prototype 
  • 11. InteracKon with WAVE 
  • 12. Universal Design •  ParKcipatory Design  •  What we talk about when we talk about co‐creaKve  tangibles; involve all •  Familiarity  •  Engagement  •  Understanding  •  RelaKonship with “things” •  Tangible interacKon  •  From “metaphor” to “familiarity”  •  Distributed  •  Parallel 
  • 13. New prototypes and tesKng •  Tangible mobile in social networks •  Tangible distributed; mulKmodal •  Involve family members 
  • 14. www.RHYME.no  Thanks