Florian Mueller, Josh Andres, Joe Marshall, Dag Svanæs, m. schraefel, Kathrin Gerling, Jakob Tholander, Anna Martin-Niedecken, Elena Segura, Elise van den Hoven, Nicholas Graham, Kristina Höök, Corina Sas
In late 2017, 23 researchers and academics from Europe, Australia, and the U.S. gathered for a week to discuss the future of body-centric computing. Dagstuhl, a nonprofit center for computer science research located in a rural area in Germany, hosted the seminar in a picturesque 18th-century castle. Insights The goal of the seminar was to discuss the future of this novel area of interaction design: what it means to design interactive technology when centering on the human body. This area evolved in part with the emergence of movement-, physiological-, and bio-based sensors and actuators, after which followed the…
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