The reflective practitioner: In creation of PEGASYS

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Proceedings of the 20th Australasian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction: Designing for Habitus and Habitat, OZCHI'08, 2008, pp. 291 - 294
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This paper discusses the framework of a presence-generating art system (PEGASYS) in development as part of practice-based research. The interactive audio-visual panoramic computer-based system provides engagement with a natural terrain, incorporating site-specific performance and augmented characters made possible through the design, production and implementation of a tetradecagon (14 sided) camera plate. A gaze-based interface facilitates a biotechnological interaction that utilizes our ability to see in a human-computer orientation. The co-joining of eye-gaze technology with human strengths produces an outcome that facilitates engagements that can be deeply rewarding, embedding participants in new relationships with remote natural habitats.
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