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authors Wu, Ming-Ying; Kuan-Lin Chen and Yu-Chun Huang
year 2016
title A smart bracelet: An alternative interfaces between performer and audience
source Living Systems and Micro-Utopias: Towards Continuous Designing, Proceedings of the 21st International Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA 2016) / Melbourne 30 March–2 April 2016, pp. 311-319
summary Performing arts has been one of the main recreational activ- ities in people’s life. However, most performing arts, performers usu- ally used one direction to express performing contents to the audienc- es. It means there is no real-time communication channel between the performers and audience in most performance. Hence the challenge of this research is how to provide a better relationship between the per- formers and audience without disturbing the show? This research we implemented a bio-sensor embedded smart bracelet which is able to transmit the feelings from user’s to stage by monitoring biological signal (ex: Galvanic skin response) immediately. When most audienc- es have the same physiological reaction to a certain level, the stage scene would be changed the colour and pattern to let performers know how the audiences’ feeling now. Performers would enhance self- confidence and then incorporate the audiences’ feedback to create their future performance. By applying this interactive interface to per- forming arts, we explored a new vision of performance that can not only enhance the diversity of performance but also provide a comfort- able communication channel between performers and audiences, and improve the confidence of the performers.
keywords Performing arts; computational technology; interactive interface
series CAADRIA
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