Floor Interaction - HCI Reaching New Ground

KOLLISION: 05.04.2005 Floor Interaction - HCI Reaching New Ground
Marianne Graves Petersen
Peter Gall Krogh
Martin Ludvigsen nextandmore.com
Andreas Lykke-Olesen »
Within architecture, there is a long tradition of careful design of floors. The design has been concerned with both decorating floors and designing floors to carry information. Ubiquitous computing technology offers new opportunities for designing interactive floors. This paper presents three different interactive floor concepts. Through an urban perspective it draws upon the experiences of floors in architecture and reflects upon these concepts, and provides a set of design issues for designing interactive floors.
Petersen, M. G., Krogh, P. G., Ludvigsen, M., and Lykke-Olesen, A. 2005. Floor interaction HCI reaching new ground. In CHI '05 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Portland, OR, USA, April 02 - 07, 2005). CHI '05. ACM Press, New York, NY, 1717-1720. ISBN:1-59593-002-7.

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