NordiCHI 2014 Workshop : Human-Technology Choreographies : re-thinking body, movement and space in interaction design
Alternative titleHuman-Technology Choreographies : re-thinking body, movement and space in interaction design
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
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Reflections on the human role in AI policy formulations : how do national AI strategies view people? Salo-Pöntinen, Henrikki; Saariluoma, Pertti (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022)Purpose There is no artificial intelligence (AI) without people. People design and develop AI; they modify and use it and they have to reorganize the ways they have carried out tasks in their work and everyday life. ...
Silvennoinen, Johanna (University of Jyväskylä, 2017)Visual design of technological artefacts is an integral part of peoples’ experiences in technology-interaction. Visual product properties are capable of eliciting affective responses and multisensorial experiences in ...
Tuuri, Kai; Koskela, Oskari (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2020)In this paper, we outline a theoretical account of the relationship between technology and human musicality. An enactive and biocultural position is adopted that assumes a close coevolutionary relationship between the two. ...
Rousi, Rebekah (Lupine Publishers, 2019)
Drifting Down the Technologization of Life: Could Choreography-Based Interaction Design Support us in Engaging with the World and our Embodied Living? Parviainen, Jaana; Tuuri, Kai; Pirhonen, Antti (MDPI AG, 2013)The development of interactive technology is often based on the assumption of need to reduce the physical action and cognitive load of the user. However, recent conceptualizations, supported by research in various fields ...