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New Interface  for… Embodied Interaction
Knowledge is not only in the mind, but also in the body. The mind:  internal, nonmaterial locus of rationality, thought, l...
蔣勳 : Memory Memorize Feel Aesthetic. (2008)
Functionality Affordance, Semantic, Location Cognitive Embodiment Skills, Emotional, Perceptual, Action,  beauty Easy to l...
Survey Background Human Action Tangible User Interface Organic User Interface Embodied Interaction
Aim to…  control rather than create actions rather than object  Reference DIS 2002 WORKSHOP
Embodiment  Human Skills Emotional Perceptual
Movement-based interaction? Designing actions before product Interaction create meaning Choreography of Interaction
Tools and Methods
Human actions are situated … .
Hands-Only Scenarios
Tangible Interaction Sketches Tinkering materials (straws, elastic band, balloons, office supply, foam blocks, arts)
New Technology ISH Expressive power of gestures
Actions before product
Video Action Wall LABAN: TALKING ABOUT MOVEMENT
Choreography of Interaction Start with the action Who and what are relevant How to be involved each other Make models fit ...
Puppy  Address Human Value:  Benevolence Universalism Self- direction …
Jonas Lowgren: <ul><li>Research to  Practice </li></ul><ul><li>Fine Semantic to  Digital material </li></ul><ul><li>Field ...
My Research Abstract Question ask suno Generative tool
Hands-Only Scenarios and Video Action Walls – novel methods for tangible user interaction  Designing the user actions in t...
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  1. 1. New Interface for… Embodied Interaction
  2. 2. Knowledge is not only in the mind, but also in the body. The mind: internal, nonmaterial locus of rationality, thought, language, and knowledge. The body: mechanical, sensate, material locus of irrationality and feeling. Farnell : Ethnography. (1999)
  3. 3. 蔣勳 : Memory Memorize Feel Aesthetic. (2008)
  4. 4. Functionality Affordance, Semantic, Location Cognitive Embodiment Skills, Emotional, Perceptual, Action, beauty Easy to learn HCI
  5. 5. Survey Background Human Action Tangible User Interface Organic User Interface Embodied Interaction
  6. 6. Aim to… control rather than create actions rather than object Reference DIS 2002 WORKSHOP
  7. 7. Embodiment Human Skills Emotional Perceptual
  8. 8. Movement-based interaction? Designing actions before product Interaction create meaning Choreography of Interaction
  9. 9. Tools and Methods
  10. 10. Human actions are situated … .
  11. 11. Hands-Only Scenarios
  12. 12. Tangible Interaction Sketches Tinkering materials (straws, elastic band, balloons, office supply, foam blocks, arts)
  13. 13. New Technology ISH Expressive power of gestures
  14. 14. Actions before product
  15. 15. Video Action Wall LABAN: TALKING ABOUT MOVEMENT
  16. 16. Choreography of Interaction Start with the action Who and what are relevant How to be involved each other Make models fit Choreography PI: user, other people, objects, location DQ: spatiality, course of time, play of force EM: motivation, concern to, unity
  17. 17. Puppy Address Human Value: Benevolence Universalism Self- direction …
  18. 18. Jonas Lowgren: <ul><li>Research to Practice </li></ul><ul><li>Fine Semantic to Digital material </li></ul><ul><li>Field Studies to Generative Activities </li></ul><ul><li>Sketching to Tangible Forms </li></ul><ul><li>Outcome to Process </li></ul>Interaction Design. (2008)
  19. 19. My Research Abstract Question ask suno Generative tool
  20. 20. Hands-Only Scenarios and Video Action Walls – novel methods for tangible user interaction Designing the user actions in tangible interaction Designing products as an intergral part of Choreography of interaction Move to get moved: a search for methods, tools and knowledge to design for expressive and rich movement-based interaction Jensen MV, Buur J, Dajadinigrat T (2004) Hummels C, Overbeeke CJ, Klooster S (2007) Klooster S, Overbeeke CJ (2005) Jensen MV, Buur J, Dajadinigrat T (2005)
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