Asreen Rostami, Chiara Rossitto, Donald McMillan, Jocelyn Spence, Robyn Taylor, Jonathan Hook, Julie Williamson, Louise Barkhuus
Mixed-reality performances (MRPs) are complex and hybrid artistic experiences that incorporate combinations of live and interactive performance, in which audience and performers interact with technology and digital media in real and virtual worlds . Within the HCI community, performances by Blast Theory and Brendan Walker are examples of technological and performative innovation, providing a site for collaboration between artists, performers, HCI scholars, and interaction designers [1,2]. This interdisciplinarity provides opportunities for innovation in HCI, even as it poses challenges for the underlying creative processes and their outcomes. Insights During a one-day workshop at CHI 2017, we generated visions…
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