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From Interaction to Participation: Configuring Space Through Embodied Interaction

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From Interaction to Participation: Configuring Space Through Embodied Interaction
When computation moves off the desktop, how will it transform the new spaces that it comes to occupy? How will people encounter and understand these spaces, and how will they interact with each other through the augmented capabilities of such spaces? We have been exploring these questions through a prototype system in which augmented objects are used to control a complex audio 'soundscape.' The system involves a range of objects distributed through a space, supporting simultaneous use by many participants. We have deployed this system at a number of settings in which groups of people have explored it collaboratively. Our initial explorations of the use of this system reveal a number of important considerations for how we design for the interrelationships between people, objects, and spaces.
Amanda Williams, Eric Kabisch, Paul Dourish
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where HUC
Authors Amanda Williams, Eric Kabisch, Paul Dourish
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