Artefact and Iteration: Circular Entanglements

Morrison, A. and Mitchell, P. (2006). Artefact and Iteration: Circular Entanglements. In: M. Simpson, Proceedings of the OZCHI 2006 HDM Workshop. The Object of Interaction: The Role of Artefacts in Interaction Design. Proceedings of the OZCHI 2006 HDM Workshop, Sydney, NSW, (22-25). 22-24 November 2006.


Author Morrison, A.
Mitchell, P.
Title of paper Artefact and Iteration: Circular Entanglements
Conference name The Object of Interaction: The Role of Artefacts in Interaction Design. Proceedings of the OZCHI 2006 HDM Workshop
Conference location Sydney, NSW
Conference dates 22-24 November 2006
Proceedings title Proceedings of the OZCHI 2006 HDM Workshop
Place of Publication Baulkham Hills, NSW
Publisher Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia
Publication Year 2006
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 1-86499-865-2
Editor M. Simpson
Start page 22
End page 25
Total pages 4
Collection year 2006
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary In this workshop proposal I discuss a case study physical computing environment named Talk2Me. This work was exhibited in February 2006 at The Block, Brisbane as an interactive installation in the early stages of its development. The major artefact in this work is a 10 metre wide X 3 metre high light-permeable white dome. There are other technologies and artefacts contained within the dome that make up this interactive environment. The dome artefact has impacted heavily on the design process, including shaping the types of interactions involved, the kinds of technologies employed, and the choice of other artefacts. In this paper, I chart some of the various iterations Talk2Me has undergone throughout the design process
Subjects E1
410402 Design Innovation
751003 Visual communication
Q-Index Code E1

 
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