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)
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 Choreography PI: user, other people, objects, location DQ: spatiality, course of time, play of force EM: motivation, concern to, unity
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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)
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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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