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Hypnotist Framing: Hypnotic Practice as a Resource for Poetic Interaction Design Hypnotist Framing: Hypnotic Practice as a Resource for Poetic Interaction Design Presentation Transcript

  • Hypnotist Framing Hypnotic Practice as a Resource for Poetic Interaction Design Rung-Huei Liang Taiwan Tech Huang-Ming Chang TU/Eindhoven Sep., 2013 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • outlines • Introduction • Method • Framing Poetic Interaction Design • Hypnotic Practice • Design Implications • Reflection & Discussion • Conclusion 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Introduction 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Users’ needs and paradigms Functionality Usability Pleasure Engineering Cognition Phenomenology Jordan’s hierarchy Harrison’s paradigms 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Different Notions of Users • Task-Oriented Operators • Cognitive Users • Phenomenological Individuals 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Problems • What is the notion of users in “non- task-oriented” interaction design? • Is a user always in a fixed mental state? 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Interaction Design Addressing Higher Needs • Aesthetic Interaction • Reflective Design • Ludic Design • Critical Design • Poetic Interaction Design 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • What Are The Unique Features about Poetic Interaction Design 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Critical Design Knowing by Questioning Critical Perspective Conscious Introspection 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Poetic Interaction Poetic Imagination vs. Critical Thinking Mental States of Poetic Experience? 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Research Questions • What is the mental state when we experience poetics? • What is the characteristic that differentiates poetic interaction design from other interaction designs? • How does the experience of reading poems inform us to design ‘embodied poetics’? • What is the similarity between a man in a hypnosis state and a user experiencing poetics? • How does a hypnotist frame the world? • How can the hypnotic perspective as well as techniques inform interaction design? 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Method 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • • Seeing poetic interaction design as a constructivist project • Reflexive methodology: personal/subjective observation, thoughts, stories to understand felt experience • Two months of apprenticeship of hypnotism, with a NGH instructor • Auto-ethnographic approach: empirical study, self-observation, master-apprentice conversation. 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Framing Poetic Interaction Design 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Reflexivity on Poetics • Not providing definite conceptual framing • Retrospect the socio-cultural root of poetics in Chinese culture 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • 江雪 A River Scene in Snow • 千 ⼭山 ⿃鳥 飛 絕 • thousand hills birds fly vanish • 萬 徑 ⼈人 蹤 滅 • ten-thousand trails people footprints disappear • 孤 ⾈舟 簑 笠 翁 • lone boat cape hat old man • 獨 釣 寒 江 雪 • solitarily fishing cold river snow 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • 江雪 A River Scene in Snow • 千 ⼭山 ⿃鳥 飛 絕 • Birds vanish from hundreds of hills • 萬 徑 ⼈人 蹤 滅 • Footprints disappear from thousands of trails • 孤 ⾈舟 簑 笠 翁 • In a lone boat, clad in cape and hat an old man is • 獨 釣 寒 江 雪 • solitarily fishing on a cold river in snow 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • 江雪 A River Scene in Snow • 千 ⼭山 ⿃鳥 飛 絕 • Birds vanish from hundreds of hills • 萬 徑 ⼈人 蹤 滅 • Footprints disappear from thousands of trails • 孤 ⾈舟 簑 笠 翁 • In a lone boat, clad in cape and hat an old man is • 獨 釣 寒 江 雪 • solitarily fishing a cold river of snow 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • 江雪 A River Scene in Snow • 千 ⼭山 ⿃鳥 飛 絕 • Birds vanish from hundreds of hills • 萬 徑 ⼈人 蹤 滅 • Footprints disappear from thousands of trails • 孤 ⾈舟 簑 笠 翁 • Lonely boating, clad in cape and hat an old man is • 獨 釣 寒 江 雪 • solitarily fishing a cold river of snow 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Slight Strangeness in Collocation • The need for descriptive interpretation • instrumental, prosaic • A poetic imagery: an old man is fishing snow • illogic, absurd, irrational • ludic, imaginative, poetic • Strangeness in collocation 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • 秋思 Autumn Thoughts • 枯籐 ⽼老樹 昏鴉 • Withered vines, old trees, crows at dusk • ⼩小橋 流⽔水 ⼈人家 • A tiny bridge, a rippling stream, cottages • 古道 ⻄西⾵風 瘦⾺馬 • Ancient routes, west wind, a lean horse • ⼣夕陽⻄西下 • The sun is setting • 斷腸⼈人在天涯 • The heartbroken one at the end of the world 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Gestalt & Expression Imagination • imagining what are not described in the poem • Gestalt • Expression imagination • Zesign 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • POETIC EXPRESSION 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Tangible Interaction Design Framework 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Previous work on Framing Poetic Interaction Design • 4 aspects in Interaction Design: Material, Expression, Function, Form • Poetic Interaction Design • material imagination • expression imagination • function imagination • form imagination 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Pragmatist Framing of Poetic Interaction Design • Two features in Poetic Interaction Design • delivering artifacts for embodied interaction • evoking poetic imagery 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Hypnotic Practice 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Why Hypnosis? • Different mindsets in interaction design • functionality: instrumental • usability: cognitive • ludic design: sense of humor, playfulness • critical design: critical mind • poetic interaction: imagination (Bachelard) 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Why Hypnosis? • Poetic interaction needs a different mental state • Successful poetic interaction depends on whether poetic imagery is experienced • Hypnotism masters in guiding imagery and changing mental state 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Methods of Learning Hypnotic Practice • An apprenticeship-based activity with an NGH (National Guild of Hypnotists) certified instructor, Ben • An auto-ethnographic approach 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • What is Hypnosis? “Hypnosis is a special mental state that frequently appears in our daily life. We slip into and out of this state for many times in a day unconsciously, ...... This is what I see hypnosis in a broader sense: a state of hyper-suggestibility.” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • What is Hypnosis? a mental state that accepts suggestions easily and deeply 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Bypassing Critical Mind “In general, the conscious mind is responsible for critical thinking, and the subconscious mind controls our body and responds to those messages passing through critical mind. ...... We hypnotists talk to your subconscious mind rather than the conscious mind. Deliberately using inductive methods, hypnosis process deactivates critical mind so that suggestions can affect our subconscious mind.” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Bypassing Critical Mind A hypnotist always creates dialogues with the subconscious mind of an individual. 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Bypassing Critical Mind “If you want to persuade somebody, you have to say ‘acceptable words’, ......., a conscious mind often gets stronger when facing challenges.” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Imagination “If you want to empower a suggestion, you should try to make it acceptable by the subconscious mind rather than by ‘will power’, since will power would further activate conscious mind and suppress subconscious mind. ...... Remember that subconscious mind is where our imagination and expectation reside. Thus, in my experience, whenever imagination conflicts with will power, imagination wins.” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Suggestibility “Whether an individual is easy to get hypnotized depends on suggestibility, the degrees that one listens to and accepts the suggestions. Hypnosis is a state of heightened suggestibility with concentrated attention. ” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Techniques in Hypnotic Practice • Resonance • Overload of Message Units • Metaphor • Ambiguity • Anchoring 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Resonance “Intentionally asking the subject to do what she has just already done creates confirmation that she believes your instruction made it happen. ...... The more resonance you create, the easier a subject gives up resisting.” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Overload of message Units “When the critical mind is overloaded, ..., with message units, one might feel overwhelmed. When reaching such a saturation point, one might become overwhelmed and hyper-suggestible.” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Metaphor “...metaphor is the logic of the subconscious mind with very fast and rich association. ... Since the critical mind subsides, not only imaginative metaphors but also illogical statements could be acceptable and work well, ...” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Metaphor (illogical statements) “Feel that your body is getting lighter and lighter as a balloon sinks into the mud.” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Ambiguity “... due to the limited resource of our attention, ambiguity holds the conscious mind. Deliberately using ambiguity to confuse and engage the conscious mind of a listener, a hypnotist can do the real work, while the conscious mind being engaged.” “...ambiguity keeps the guard busy so that suggestion can slip into the subconscious mind...” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Ambiguity ‘buy-one-get-one-free’...I would say a sentence with ambiguous meanings and then immediately another sentence with precise meanings. Repeating this pattern for a few times would keep the conscious mind busy and confused so that I could quickly create a hypnosis state. 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Anchoring “Anchor provides a focus for discussion and imagination.” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Design Implications 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Design Implications from Hypnotic Practice • Poetic interaction could start from resonance • Deliberately use multiple sensory elements without consensus • Boldly apply metaphors of different types in a mash-up style • Purposefully deploy ambiguity in four aspects of interaction design • Set temporal and spatial contexts as effective anchors 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • ! Poetic Interaction could start from resonance Twins by Liang 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Deliberately use multiple sensory elements without Consensus Block Lamp by Harri Koskinen 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • ! Boldly apply metaphors of different types in a mesh-up style Tech Tap by PEGA D&E 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Purposefully deploy ambiguity in four aspects of interaction design ! Twins by Liang 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Set temporal and spatial contexts as effective anchors 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Reflection and Discussion 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Poetic Interaction Design (Kolko) • A type of reflective and emotional design • (It) “resonates immediately but continues to inform later” • “nearly always subtle, yet mindful.” • reflection ? reasoning activity about poetics • I argue: felt experience of poetics itself 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Phenomenology of poetics (Bachelard) • “a sincere impulse toward admiration is always necessary if we are to receive phenomenological benefit of a poetic image” 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Reframing Poetic Interaction Design Make the poetic imagery perceivable 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Poetic imagery • How to make imagery perceivable • Hypnotism provides practical techniques and tacit knowledge 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Ethics Issue • assistive devices for hypnotism vs. hypnotic practice informed interaction design • wake-up process needed? 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • Conclusion 13年10月9⽇日星期三
  • • Chinese poetry as a sensitizing means for poetic interaction design • An auto-ethnographic approach to knowledge and techniques of hypnotism • Relating hypnotic practice to poetic interaction design with a constructivist stance 13年10月9⽇日星期三