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Title: Interactive Elements


1
Interactive Elements
  • How People Interact With Their Surroundings

2
Interactive Chair
  • Interactive chair that will be able to detect
    when someone is approaching it.
  • Chair would be able to sense its location within
    a space.
  • Chair would react or interact with user, giving
    visual feedback.

3
Inspiration
  • METAPLAY Myron W. Kruger.
  • An installation where participants could interact
    with their environment.
  • Artist could track the movement of the person in
    the space.
  • Drawings would appear on the walls in relation to
    the participants.

Participant interacting with the installation
space and the artist.
4
Inspiration
  • MITs Media Lab, The Magic Carpet.
  • Pressure sensitive carpet and motion sensor
    installation.
  • Stimuli create video clips of sonic mappings.
  • The lower tones are generated by foot position.
    The higher sounds are generated by upper body
    movement.

5
Inspiration
6
Technology
  • Compass Sensor
  • Enable the chair to know its location within a
    space
  • Allow user to move the chair and receive
    different feedback

7
Technology
  • Pressure sensor.
  • Carbon impregnated conductive foam.
  • Enable the chair to know when someone is seated,
    and when they are shifting their weight.

8
Technology
  • IR sensor.
  • Enable the chair to know when a user is
    approaching.
  • Help enable the chair to know its location
    within a space.

9
Visual Feedback
  • Grid of tri-colored LEDs.
  • LCD panel display.
  • Fluctuating abstract images or feedback to the
    user.

10
Future Possibility
  • Could be incorporated into office furniture.
  • User would receive notification from sensor that
    they are not sitting correctly.
  • Could produce a peaceful or calming sound when
    user is sitting properly.

Ergonomics Design factors, as for the
workplace, intended to maximize productivity by
minimizing operator fatigue and discomfort.
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