Collective Interaction – Let’s join forces
|Krogh, Peter Gall
|Petersen, Marianne Graves
|In this paper we introduce the concept of Collective Interaction. Collective Interaction involves designing for co-experiences among co-located people sharing collective resources for controlling interfaces. The particular approach we explore in this paper is to instrumentalize collaboration, such that the interaction itself is a matter of collective action. To illustrate this we provide an interaction model and a definition of Collective Interaction, and present two design cases based on this model, one in the context of a public library and one in a home-context. We outline design rationales, and discuss experiences from trial use of the prototypes.
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|Collective Interaction – Let’s join forces