For Example work please see: tjmcleish.com/PlayByYourOwnRules.pdf
The goal of this workshop is to develop skills and experience in applying methods and principles of interaction design to a design problem.
Particularly the course emphasizes development of working prototypes to explore and experiment with new possibilities of multi-modal interaction methods.
ID students in this workshop will plan, design, implement and document a series of activity building events for a group of North Side College Prep
High School students. In these “Play by Your Own Rules” events high school students will make their own activities using existing tools, such as “Scratch” and “Alice”, that enable them to create stories, animations, games, music and art in an immersive and interactive physical environment. To support the events, ID students will also develop interaction modules that can be used in the activity building events. The events and modules
will be studied as a test case for potential deployment throughout the Chicago Public School system.
We will study how physical environments and tangible user interfaces support and influence collaboration in user generated activities and to identify the implications for events targeting other age or interest groups.
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