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Experience Design

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This presentation explores a possibility of a future filled with holograms that affect all our 5 sensory modalities. These holograms could shape our experience in real world. …

This presentation explores a possibility of a future filled with holograms that affect all our 5 sensory modalities. These holograms could shape our experience in real world.

Movies also play a crucial role in shaping our future(For eg Star Wars and Blade Runner). They also show a future in which holograms will help in enhancing our communication with the technology at that time.

To explain the concept better the Jinsop Lee's Design for sense scale was used. Iphone 5 was measured along with an Iphone N(hypothetical) that has hologram which emits smell and taste.


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  • 1. Experience Design Mohit Yadav
  • 2. Experience
  • 3. Emotions Attached
  • 4. Experience
  • 5. PART I Design for 5 Senses
  • 6. Design for 5 senses
  • 7. Iphone on a 5 sense scale
  • 8. Nintendo Wii on 5 sense scale
  • 9. PART - II Holographic Projection
  • 10. IphoneH with holograms
  • 11. The Future PART-III
  • 12. Hologram that could taste
  • 13. IphoneN with new experiences
  • 14. Thank You “Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” ― Arthur C. Clarke

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