Designing Interactions!
Michihito Mizutani!
September

Discussions, concept development and
planning


October

1st prototyping and presentations


November

2nd prot...
Weekly lectures are organized to share
information. 


Actual prototypes need to be developed
individually.!
The theme of the course!
Poetic interactions!
There is no limit to what it should be

but the interaction has to be perceived…



   poetically!
Poetic interactions?
Poetic interactions?
Poetic interactions?
Poetic interactions?
And we present it with prototypes!!
Why poetic interactions?!
We aim at prototypes that focus on 


content rather than technology.!
We discuss story rather than object.

We discuss feelings rather than messages.


Book “ABC 3D”!
We discuss rhythm rather than sequence.!
We discuss design content rather than
interfaces.

We discuss meanings rather than 

functions.!
Once again,

Once again,


Content rather than technology!
What could be a poetic interaction for you?!
Discussions…

(List up keywords that are discussed)!
Content rather than technology


Story rather than object


Feelings rather than messages


Rhythm rather than sequence


...
Assignment 2


Record a moment that you think it is poetic
and interactive during this week.


Each student presents one e...
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This slides is introduced during Designing interactions with Electronics course in Media Lab Helsinki. The students are asked to develop interactive prototypes based on the theme.

The students' final projects can be seen as follows. http://mlab.taik.fi/paja/?p=1929

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Poetic Interactions

  1. 1. Designing Interactions! Michihito Mizutani!
  2. 2. September
 Discussions, concept development and planning
 October
 1st prototyping and presentations
 November
 2nd prototyping
 December
 Final presentations at Xmas Demoday!
  3. 3. Weekly lectures are organized to share information. 
 Actual prototypes need to be developed individually.!
  4. 4. The theme of the course! Poetic interactions!
  5. 5. There is no limit to what it should be
 but the interaction has to be perceived…
 poetically!
  6. 6. Poetic interactions?
  7. 7. Poetic interactions?
  8. 8. Poetic interactions?
  9. 9. Poetic interactions?
  10. 10. And we present it with prototypes!!
  11. 11. Why poetic interactions?!
  12. 12. We aim at prototypes that focus on 
 content rather than technology.!
  13. 13. We discuss story rather than object.

  14. 14. We discuss feelings rather than messages.
 Book “ABC 3D”!
  15. 15. We discuss rhythm rather than sequence.!
  16. 16. We discuss design content rather than interfaces.

  17. 17. We discuss meanings rather than 
 functions.!
  18. 18. Once again,

  19. 19. Once again,
 Content rather than technology!
  20. 20. What could be a poetic interaction for you?!
  21. 21. Discussions…
 (List up keywords that are discussed)!
  22. 22. Content rather than technology
 Story rather than object
 Feelings rather than messages
 Rhythm rather than sequence
 Content rather than interfaces
 Meanings rather than functions
 more?!
  23. 23. Assignment 2
 Record a moment that you think it is poetic and interactive during this week.
 Each student presents one example next Monday. Any format is fine.!

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