2010 – USIAlumni Faces: an interactive installation developed for the Almuni USI event. The event provided a unique opportunity to observe and understand learning techniques for gesture interfaces, as well as their role in supporting the emergence of social interaction in public spaces.

Elisa Rubegni works as Researcher and coordinator of the team (7 people)

[Video coming soon]

A few pictures that illustrates the usage of the Interactive artifact during the event:

Papers related to this study:

Rubegni, E., Memarovic, N., Langheinrich, M. (2011) CATS – Using Scenario Dramatization to Rapidly Design Public Displays for Stimulating Community Interaction, in proceedings of SIGDOC 2011 (Page 263-267) (blind review)

Rubegni, E. (2011) Act it! How to design interaction patterns “beyond the desktop”, in proceedings of CHI 2011 Workshop on Designer Experience: Exploring Ways to Design in Experience (5 Pages)

Rubegni, E., Memarovic, N., Langheinrich, M. (2011) Talking to Strangers: Enabling Social Interaction Through Gesture-based Interfaces. In proceedings of HCI International ‘11, Orlando, July 2011 (10 Pages, to appear)