Fatemeh Moradi, Mikael Wiberg, Mikael Hansson
Smart homes, intelligent environments, interactive architecture, and human-building interaction (HBI) [1,2] all come with the promise of interactivity at the scale of architecture. However, typical interaction design works at the level of the small scale and at the level of the individual—just think about the typical use case with a person in front of a laptop, or one where a person is fiddling on his or her mobile phone. At this scale, user interfaces are typically designed for an individual to operate a computational device. But what if we want to scale interaction design from the device to the…
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