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Direct Concepts - Concept Presentation


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Direct Concepts - Concept Presentation

  1. 1. Group 2Mark FitzsimonsRonan De Lacy Samuel Miles
  2. 2. • No interactive experience• All media formats are very dated• Solitary confinement
  3. 3. When a prisoner is kept in the ‘hole’23 to 24 hours a dayNo human contactLeads to serious mental illnessTheme for our project
  4. 4. hypersensitivity to external stimuli,hallucinations,panic attacks,cognitive deficits,obsessive thinking,paranoia, andimpulse control problems
  5. 5. Infrasound - How it affects the human body and mind. 18hzresonates the eyeball or body parts makingpeople who believe they say ghosts is not the case...18hzSurround sound -Its impact and how to produce (Logic, Adobe Audition)
  6. 6. Binaural Beats - How frequencies can alter how human feel
  7. 7. Soundscapes - Tells a Story through sound.
  8. 8. Psychologists believe that colours affect human moods and emotions.In order to give users a psychological experience we needed have an understandingof how the mind perceives colour and how we can best use it invoke the desired emotion
  9. 9. RED Physical.longest wavelength, powerful colour, often appears closer than it is, grabs attention,its effect is physical, it stimulates and raises the pulse rate.Negative: Defiance, aggression, visual impact, strain.
  10. 10. BLUE. Intellectual.Colour of the mind, essentially soothing, affects us mentally.Strong Blues simulate clear thought and lighter blues calm the mind and aid concentrationcan be perceived as cold, unemotional and unfriendly.Negative: Aloofness, lack of emotion, unfriendliness.
  11. 11. YELLOW. Emotionalwavelength is relatively long and essentially stimulating.It stimulates emotion and is the strongest colour psychologically.The right tone can lift our spirits and self-esteem.Too much or the wrong tones in a colour scheme can cause our self esteem to plummet.It can give rise to Irrationality, fear, emotional fragility, depression,anxiety and is seen as the colour of suicide.
  12. 12. GREEN. BalancePositive: Harmony, balance, refreshment, universal love, rest, restoration,reassurance, environmental awareness, equilibrium, peace.Negative: Boredom, stagnation, blandness, enervation.
  13. 13. VIOLET. SpiritualThe shortest wavelength is violet, often described as purplePositive: Spiritual awareness, containment, vision, luxury, authenticity, truth, quality.Negative: Introversion, decadence, suppression, inferiority.
  14. 14. ORANGE.combination of yellow and red is a stimulating reaction combination of the physical and emotionalPositive: Physical comfort, food, warmth, security, sensuality, passion, abundance, fun.Negative: Deprivation, frustration, frivolity, immaturity
  15. 15. PINK.tint of red, it affects us physically, but it soothes, rather than stimulates.Powerful colour in Psychology.Represents the feminine principal and the survival of the species.Too much can be emasculating and drainingNegative: Inhibition, emotional claustrophobia, emasculation, physical weakness.
  16. 16. GREY.Pure grey has no direct physiological properties, however it is suppressive.The absence of colour is depressingNegative: Lack of confidence, dampness, depression, hibernation, lack of energy.
  17. 17. BLACK.Black is all colours, totally absorbed. Black is essentially an absence of light,since no wavelengths are reflected and it can,therefore be menacing; many people are afraid of the dark.Positive: Sophistication, glamour, security, emotional safety, efficiency, substance.Negative: Oppression, coldness, menace, heaviness.
  18. 18. SUICIDE
  19. 19. NIGHTMARES
  20. 20. Claustrophobia
  21. 21. To create an immersive psychological user experience using new technologiesTo give the user a sense of what being in solitary confinement was likeTo invoke the users senses through sound and visuals
  22. 22. visual metaphors
  23. 23. Software
  24. 24. Interactivity