Exploring relations between Interaction attributes and Pleasures in multisensory interactive art

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Publication Bachelor thesis
Title Exploring relations between Interaction attributes and Pleasures in multisensory interactive art
Author Strindlund, Nathalie
Date 2019
English abstract
The interest in designing interactive systems is going beyond their functionality and more towards their aesthetics. Often, research fails to address how qualities of the interaction as a medium can actually create pleasurable experiences. However, it points out the importance of understanding temporal aspects of interactions to understand their aesthetics. The aim for this thesis is to address this by the creation and evaluation of an interactive artwork working as a platform to explore relations between Interaction attributes and Pleasures, as well as how temporal aspects in interactions can affect these Pleasures. This to help interaction designers think more clearly around and make better design choices regarding interactions within interactive systems. The results of this showed that there can be many such relations, but also that they are complex. Additionally, it is discussed that Pleasures might also partly be experienced before or after the interaction with the artwork.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle
Language eng (iso)
Subject interaction design
interactive art
playful behaviour
user experience
pleasure
multisensory experience design
Interaction vocabulary
Pleasure framework
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