Design-research project on eliciting repetitive curiosity in public spaces. This explorative research study focussed on curiosity: how can we make passers-by curious, and invite them for a short ‘walk-through-and-use’ interaction. As a research tool and proof-of-concept, six interactive speakers have been implemented: modular devices that respond to user activity (e.g. walking by or waving) with different sorts of auditory output.
- Curiosity and Interaction: making people curious through interactive systems - Proceedings of BHCI 2011 (best long paper award)
- Interfaces - Magazine of BCS Interaction Group - autumn 2011 issue; article about Best Long Paper
- ID’10 2010 - Dutch Design Week exhibition
- Young Talent Social Design Award [nominated] - shared 2nd price, design competition of all Eindhoven Design student projects
- British HCI 2011 conference - best long paper award