Large scale events => Environmental Awareness
The objectives of this phase are to re-define the showcase given the large amount of results already achieved in Large-Scale Events. The showcase focus is re-directed to “Environmental Awareness” using the same demonstrator components. We developed the initial environmental awareness prototypes. In the showcase we continue the aim of supporting active spectatorship focusing on three aspects:
- Individual and Co-experience in spectator groups – spectators constantly work solo and look to each other to express and share experiences through a combination of verbal, embodied, performative, material, and technological means.
- Engagement to the event – Active participant by the people: beyond passive witnessing deeper cognitive and social processing of the event.
- Navigation the space – spectators engage in a variety of activities that emphasize the spatiality of their experience coordinating revising plans with distributed members. They navigate the distributed urban space planning, improvising and executing a route (including exploring, finding, evaluating, negotiating places).
The aim of the showcase is to develop and evaluate applications of mixed reality technologies that support these three aspects. The showcase will assemble Mixed Reality technologies in four different components that complement each other and that by the end of the IPCity project will be developed in an integrated demonstrator including a
- Semi-stationary installation enables collective and collocated use of spectator created media and highlight flows of visitors and event spaces.
- A location aware application on smartphones conveys awareness cues and support collective media creation for distributed members in spectator groups.
The evaluation will determine which of these components are more promising and in which way the mixed reality feature support presence in Environmental Awareness Events or activities.
Morrison, A., Oulasvirta, A., Peltonen, P., Jacucci, G., Lemella, S., Reitmayr, G., NÃ¤sÃ¤nen, J., & Juustila, A. Like Bees Around the Hive: A Comparative Study of a Mobile Augmented Reality Map. CHI 2009. Nominated For Best Paper Award.
Morrison, Ann, Peta Mitchell, and Stephen Viller. Evoking Gesture in Interactive Art. Proceedings of the 2008 ACM International Conference on Multimedia. New York: ACM Press, 2008.
Morrison, A and Salovaara, A. Situated Engagement at a Public Urban Display. Situated Large Displays Workshop, Dec 5-12, Australian CHI, OZCHI 2008, Cairns 2008.
Morrison, A and Salovaara, A. Sustaining Engagement at Public Shared Interfaces. ShareIT -Shareable Interfaces for Learning Workshop 2008, 11-12 September, Sussex 2008.
Morrison, A. The Long Way Home. British HCI workshop: Critical Issues in Interaction Design, Liverpool, September 1-5, 2008.
Morrison, A., Jacucci, G., Peltonen, P., Juustila, A., Reitmayr, G. (2008). Using locative games to evaluate hybrid technology. Evaluating Player Experiences in Location Aware Games workshop, British HCI 2008. Liverpool, September 2008.
Morrison, Ann, Jacucci, Giulio, Peltonen, Peter. (2008) CityWall: Limitations of a Multi-Touch Environment. Public and Private Displays workshop (PPD 08)AVI 2008: the International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces, Naples May, 2008.
Peter Peltonen, Esko Kurvinen, Antti Salovaara, Giulio Jacucci, Tommi Ilmonen, John Evans, Antti Oulasvirta, Petri Saarikko (2008). “It’s mine, don’t touch”: Interactions at a large multitouch display in a city Center. In Proc. of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems (CHI’08), ACM Press, New York, pp. 1285-1294.
Peter Peltonen, Antti Salovaara, Giulio Jacucci, Tommi Ilmonen, Carmelo Ardito, Petri Saarikko, Vikram Batra (2007). Extending large-scale event participation with user-created mobile media on a public display. In Proc. of the 6th international conference on Mobile and ubiquitous multimedia (MUM2007), pp.131-138
Jacucci, G., Oulasvirta, A., Ilmonen, T., Evans, J., Salovaara A. “CoMedia: Mobile Group Media for Active Spectatorship” to appear in CHI2007, ACM press.