RENATI: Recontextualizing Narratives for Tangible Interfaces

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Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Tangible and Embedded Interaction (TEI'08), ACM, New York, NY, pp.147-148

Abstract

RENATI is an acronym for recontextualizing narratives for tangible interfaces. It serves as an umbrella term for our art/research experiments within a hybrid environment that uses oral narratives, and non-generative and immersive art with sensing technologies to create tangible narratives. In this paper we introduce our first prototype, which uses a custom-built mannequin to allow viewers to engage with a multi-viewpoint story titled Flying Over Purgatory.

Year Published

2008

Project

RENATI

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