Title: Exploring Interactive Hardware Prototyping
Authors: De Roeck, Dries #
Issue Date: Oct-2008
Publisher: ACM
Host Document: Workshop Guidelines for Haptic Lo-Fi Prototyping, Nordichi 2008 pages:17-18
Conference: NORDICHI 2008 edition:5 location:Lund date:20-22 October 2008
Abstract: ABSTRACT
This paper explores the way the concept of hardware and physical prototyping can be used as an addition or extension to traditional prototyping methods used in HCI research. Physical prototyping allows creating interactive hardware prototypes that are tangible but make use of digital information. This approach appears to be a
next step in standard prototyping tools that can be used in
research, but is also an opportunity with regard to the ‘everyday user’. From both viewpoints, there are however limitations to the existing platforms. These possibilities and limitations are explored by a small case study involving the Arduino platform to create musical instruments
ISBN: 978-1-59593-704-9
Publication status: published
KU Leuven publication type: IC
Appears in Collections:Institute for Media Studies
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