EXPERIMENTAL INTERFACE DESIGN

AMI 198

Class explores issues surrounding embodied approaches to interface design. Articulates methodology for generating new forms of human/computer interface; includes workshops, discussions, student presentations, critiques and group brainstorming sessions. Content related to biomimetics; haptic body knowledge; multi-modal sensing; physical computing; physical | digital relationships; networked relations; the potentials of virtual space and different qualities of space, both visual and sonic. Database potentials discussed and explored in service of developing new approaches to interface. Instructor consent required. Instructor: Seaman/Staff

Day / Time: 

M 03:20 PM-05:50 PM

Location: 

Smith Wrhs 228

Instructor: 

Seaman, William

Section: 

01