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Bodytraces: Embodied Movement Exploration via Feedforward Visualizations

Shu-Yuan Hsueh 1 
1 EX-SITU - Extreme Interaction
LRI - Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique, Inria Saclay - Ile de France
Abstract : A phenomenological approach to interaction design puts the body at the center of inquiry. When designing body-centric interfaces, reflective awareness of how the body moves is an important aspect for consideration. This paper presents a full-body interactive system that allows end users to explore movements using dynamic feedforward visualizations of movement pathways. We propose a demonstration of the system as an interactive installation through which participants are encouraged to move in order to interact with visual representations of their movement characteristics. The system captures each participant's movement in terms of spatial trajectories and dynamic qualities. It then encourages the participants to improvise using existing movement ideas by embodying, appropriating, and variating them. The global visual canvas makes visible the movement traces of the participants over a specified period of time as feedback and the future possibilities and movement potential as feedforward.
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Shu-Yuan Hsueh. Bodytraces: Embodied Movement Exploration via Feedforward Visualizations. 4th International Conference on Movement Computing, Jun 2017, London, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-01858452⟩



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