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The body as starting point: Applying inside body knowledge for inbodied design

The body as starting point: Applying inside body knowledge for inbodied design
The body as starting point: Applying inside body knowledge for inbodied design
Inbodied design is an emerging area in HCI that focuses on using knowledge of the body's internal systems and processes to better inform em-bodied and circum-bodied design spaces. The current challenge in developing an inbodied approach to HCI research/design is domain expertise: accessing sufficient and appropriate information about how the body itself works and how the body's different systems interact dynamically. In this workshop, we review and build on last year's introduction to inbodied foundations, focusing on applying inbodied knowledge to design challenges to explore (1) the foundational pillars of the inbodied design approach, and (2) how inbodied knowledge can affect / alter our understanding of em-bodied and circum-bodied design challenges and better inform design decisions. Our aim with this hands-on and cross-domain workshop is for HCI researchers to create innovative designs taking the body as a starting point
body boundaries, body centric, circum-bodied, health and wellbeing, inbodied
W32:1-W32:8
ACM/SIGDA
Andres, Josh
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schraefel, m.c.
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Tabor, Aaron
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Hekler, Eric B.
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Andres, Josh
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Tabor, Aaron
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Hekler, Eric B.
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Andres, Josh, schraefel, m.c., Tabor, Aaron and Hekler, Eric B. (2019) The body as starting point: Applying inside body knowledge for inbodied design. In CHI EA'19 Extended Abstracts of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM/SIGDA. W32:1-W32:8 . (doi:10.1145/3290607.3299023).

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Inbodied design is an emerging area in HCI that focuses on using knowledge of the body's internal systems and processes to better inform em-bodied and circum-bodied design spaces. The current challenge in developing an inbodied approach to HCI research/design is domain expertise: accessing sufficient and appropriate information about how the body itself works and how the body's different systems interact dynamically. In this workshop, we review and build on last year's introduction to inbodied foundations, focusing on applying inbodied knowledge to design challenges to explore (1) the foundational pillars of the inbodied design approach, and (2) how inbodied knowledge can affect / alter our understanding of em-bodied and circum-bodied design challenges and better inform design decisions. Our aim with this hands-on and cross-domain workshop is for HCI researchers to create innovative designs taking the body as a starting point

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e-pub ahead of print date: 2 May 2019
Published date: 2019
Keywords: body boundaries, body centric, circum-bodied, health and wellbeing, inbodied

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/432513
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Date deposited: 17 Jul 2019 16:30
Last modified: 17 Jul 2019 16:30

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