Designing the Unexpected : Endlessly Fascinating Interaction for Interactive Installations
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We present A Delicate Agreement, an interactive art installation designed to intrigue viewers by offering them an unfolding story that is endlessly fascinating. To achieve this, we set our story in the liminal space of an elevator, and populated this elevator with a set of unique characters. Viewers watch the story unfold through peepholes in the elevator’s doors, where in turn their gaze can trigger changes in the storyline. This storyline’s interactive response was created via a complex adaptive system using simple rules based on Goffman’s performance theory.
MacDonald , L , Brosz , J , Nacenta , M & Carpendale , S 2015 , Designing the Unexpected : Endlessly Fascinating Interaction for Interactive Installations . in Proceedings of TEI 2015 . Tangible and Embedded Interaction , ACM , New York , pp. 41-48 , TEI 2015: 9th International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction , Stanford , United States , 15/01/15 . https://doi.org/10.1145/2677199.2680603conference
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DescriptionThis research was supported in part by SSHRC, NSERC, SMART Technologies, AITF, SurfNet and GRAND.
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