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    • SM2701 Theories of Interactivity – Class 13
      • Project proposal review
      • Project description
      • The project is to design and create a …
      • The project uses a number of projections to produce a …
      • The project is an interactive installation …
      • The project is a Flash game with …
      • The project is an interactive motion tracking installation …
      • The project is a book about …
      • The project is an interactive website …
      • The project is a production package for xyz …
      • The project uses sensors to make controllers …
    • SM2701 Theories of Interactivity – Class 13
      • Project proposal review
      • Terminologies that may need elaboration
      • Projections
      • Interface
      • Interactive installation
      • Flash
      • Simulated world
      • Motion tracking
      • Interactive storytelling
      • Sound wave vibrating
      • Sensors
    • SM2701 Theories of Interactivity – Class 13
      • Project proposal review
      • Objectives
      • Create illusions
      • Encourage participation
      • Enhance communication
      • Express oneself
      • Share one’s philosophy of life
      • Play and have fun
      • Present an idea
      • Create an environment for …
      • Explore interactive architecture …
      • Create unusual experience
    • SM2701 Theories of Interactivity – Class 13
      • Project proposal review
      • Qualifiers
      • Illusive, simulated, immersive
      • Extraordinary experience, players are surprised
      • Useful, usable
      • Express myself properly and effectively
      • Give readers a wider or new angle to see the world.
      • Efficient structure of the website
      • Players interact with no clear guidelines.
    • SM2701 Theories of Interactivity – Class 13
      • Project proposal review
      • Rationale
      • Why is the project important to you?
    • SM2701 Theories of Interactivity – Class 13
      • Project proposal review
      • Major questions
      • How to …
      • There are other questions other than the HOW TO … engineering concerns. For examples,
      • What is the best way to …
      • Will the participants’ experience be enhanced by …
      • Will interactivity in this context encourage or discourage communication …
    • SM2701 Theories of Interactivity – Class 13 Project proposal review Major questions The key point is you should be able to answer those questions after your research and implementation of the project by the end of next semester.
    • SM2701 Theories of Interactivity – Class 13 Project proposal Project title Project content Outline of the project’s artistic objectives, synopsis, details about treatment, implementation method and full script/storyboard. Target audience of the project, plan for screenings, exhibition and distribution. Budget
    • SM2701 Theories of Interactivity – Class 13
      • Project proposal
      • Project title
      • Duration
      • Abstract/Executive summary
      • Key objectives
      • Research methodology
      • Significance
      • Deliverables
      • Budget
      • Schedule
    • SM2701 Theories of Interactivity – Class 13 Project introduction (an example) Data storage, however well implemented, is worthless without the ability to retrieve that data. While the data may be available, if the description is not well documented, it may be near impossible to retrieve the data except through previously developed interface programs. These programs may be limited in the functions based on static ideas of their use. In order to implement new interface methods, it is necessary to have complete documentation. It may be possible to use an automated approach to document the structural information of a database system. The project will explore using ABC and ODBC connectivity to document a large system of data in the XYZ environment. It will also explore using a set of …