Virtual Video Prototyping of Pervasive Healthcare Systems

KOLLISION: 25.06.2002 Virtual Video Prototyping of Pervasive Healthcare Systems
Jacob Bardram
Claus Bossen
Andreas Lykke-Olesen »
Rune Nielsen »
Kim Halskov Madsen
Virtual studio technology enables the mixing of physical and digital 3D objects and thus expands the way of representing design ideas in terms of virtual video prototypes, which offers new possibilities for designers by combining elements of prototypes, mock-ups, scenarios, and conventional video. In this article we report our initial experience in the domain of pervasive healthcare with producing virtual video prototypes and using them in a design workshop. Our experience has been predominantly favourable. The production of a virtual video prototype forces the designers to decide very concrete design issues, since one cannot avoid paying attention to the physical, real-world constrains and to details in the usage-interaction between users and technology. From the users’ perspective, during our evaluation of the virtual video prototype...
Bardram, J., Bossen, C., Lykke-Olesen, A., Nielsen, R., and Madsen, K. H. 2002. Virtual video prototyping of pervasive healthcare systems. In Proceedings of the Conference on Designing interactive Systems: Processes, Practices, Methods, and Techniques (London, England, June 25 - 28, 2002). DIS '02. ACM Press, New York, NY, 167-177. ISBN:1-58113-515-7.