Elements for Interaction Design in Public Spaces: Learning from Traditional Dynamic Arts

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Elements for Interaction Design in Public Spaces: Learning from Traditional Dynamic Arts

  1. 1. Elements for Interaction design in public space: Learning from Traditional Dynamic Arts
  2. 2. ZHANGYu PhD Tu/e Yu.zhang@tue.nl
  3. 3. Dramatic language According to different identity According to different attention spaces According to different position in space and in time Elements from traditional dynamic art forms
  4. 4. • words • only words, but also other nonverbal media such as sound, signs and symbols, all of which play the roles that can have similar expressive power 1:Dramatic language
  5. 5. Design for Elderly with Dementia: Light, Sound and Movement Design for Elderly with Dementia
  6. 6. In therapies for dementia, different methods have been used in practice. In the elderly care institutions, many different methods are used as well, in order to create activities that are to certain extent helpful or meaningful for dementia elderly.
  7. 7. Design for Elderly with Dementia: Light, Sound and Movement Light, Sound and Movement
  8. 8. for example: is a process practiced to evoke personal memory and experience of the past music stimuli may have positive effects on mood and cognitive functioning Bright sunlight is an effective anti-depressive. A prolonged exposure to daytime lighting improves the stability of rest-activity rhythm in the elderly with dementia.
  9. 9. Playing piano requires fine motor skills that improve the circulation to the brain, and the “brainwork” reduces the risks of dementia.
  10. 10. Daily music-based dance session helps patients with dementia.
  11. 11. inspiration from the lighting and music therapeutic methods for dementia as well as social and cultural activities of healthy elderly This project started with looking into the concept of meaningful activities for dementia and its connection to the feeling of happiness.
  12. 12. In general, the prototype did bring come joy and happiness to the dementia elderly as expected. The elderly loved to keep trying and interacting with different behaviors of the installation. They loved to see the glowing and flowing light effects and to hear the curious water drop sounds after they had touched the lights. The experts comments it as “ pleasant; the elderly love it; they are not bored anymore in the corridor; this provides with minutes of escape”.
  13. 13. Dramatic language According to different identity According to different attention spaces According to different position in space and in time Elements from traditional dynamic art forms
  14. 14. 2:According to different identity • Operator • Performer • Spectator
  15. 15. • from workshop:“Interactive Patina of Culture” • name: “from be alone to belong” One project
  16. 16. Dramatic language According to different identity According to different attention spaces According to different position in space and in time Elements from traditional dynamic art forms
  17. 17. • Foreground interaction • Mid-ground interaction • Background interaction from unfocused to focused 3:According to different attention spaces
  18. 18. Getting the attention of the public is usually a challenging task especially when the installation is surrounded by crowded and busy elements in an open space, such as buildings, lights, plants and busy people. Dividing the space of the interactive public art installation into foreground, mid-ground and background could help get attention from people in noisy and distracting surroundings.
  19. 19. Dramatic language According to different identity According to different attention spaces According to different position in space and in time Elements from traditional dynamic art forms
  20. 20. • Front stage behavior • Back stage behavior 4:According to different position in space and in time
  21. 21. Dramatic language According to different identity According to different attention spaces According to different position in space and in time Other elements Elements from traditional dynamic art forms
  22. 22. Questions and Thanks

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