An Enactive Multimodal Interface for Narrative Construction

Publisher:
China Architecture Industry Publish Press
Publication Type:
Conference Proceeding
Citation:
Thesis Collection of the 3rd Art and Science International Symposium, 2012, pp. 260 - 265
Issue Date:
2012-01
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This paper outlines requirements for a system of narrative knowledge generation that is accumulated through a collaborative multimodal interface. Here we discuss the design of the work `assimilate, a system of narrative construction through multimodal interface mechanics, currently exhibited at the 3rd Art & Science International Exhibition and Symposium in Beijing. The primary goal of the system, is to generate narrative knowledge structures through collaboration. This is knowledge that is generated through enaction or the primary bodily actions associated with the direct experiential world. In the context of the system description we will describe various aspects of design related to a collaborative multimodal interface. This includes our requirements for an interface to promote social experiences and the user experience in generating meaning; how the system generates and records knowledge outcomes that accrue meaning for a community, and finally how the system would be evaluated for further iterative design.
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