Cooking and Eating: An Exploration of Auditory Cues of Food Preparation During Commensality

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Publication 1-year master student thesis
Title Cooking and Eating: An Exploration of Auditory Cues of Food Preparation During Commensality
Author Ong, Kevin
Date 2017
English abstract
This thesis project covers a ten week exploration in Human Food Interaction. Employing a Research through Interaction Design methodology with a focus on Celebratory Technologies, this paper focuses on the research question, “How can celebratory technologies enhance social engagement between diners in commensality and raise awareness of the otherwise hidden process of cooking using auditory cues of food preparation?” A physical computing prototype using a Makey Makey Board with Processing is integrated into three user test sessions during dinner time to assess the effects of auditory cues of food preparation on the diners. The prototype is then evaluated using the qualities of Celebratory Technologies in addition to considerations of technological limitations and potential for future growth.
Publisher Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle
Pages 42
Language eng (iso)
Subject Interaction Design
Human Food Interaction
Cooking
Eating
Commensality
Sound
Food
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