It is increasingly desirable for electronic artefacts in the home to be grouped as sets, sharing data and properties across a network. A range of strategies can be used by a designer to explore the value and use of the systems for users, in particular through the properties of form and dynamic behaviours, including visual output and movement. This paper focuses on a range recent work which exploits rich behaviour and novel forms to highlight opportunities for user engagement in the home.
|Title of host publication||DeSForM 2007|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Dec 2007|
Research Group keywords
- Interaction Research Studio