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id caadria2011_027
authors Hua, Hao and Ting-Li Jia
year 2011
title Interaction in terms of individuality and intelligibility
source Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia / The University of Newcastle, Australia 27-29 April 2011, pp. 281-290
summary This paper points out that “interaction” is not only a scientific issue but also a social-cultural issue. The relationship between the user experiences and the behaviours of the system should be emphasised. The “Individual-Intelligible” coordinate system is created to compare and evaluate the interactivity of various systems, it provides a new design space for researches or students experimenting with interactive systems. Four experiments are discussed with the new formulation of the interaction.
keywords Interaction; individual; intelligible
series CAADRIA
email hhua@stundent.ethz.ch
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