Enhancing Multisensory Environments with Design Artifacts for Tangible Interaction

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@inproceedings{9217ee5c8f8645b2a07e87ef2232b6f0,
title = "Enhancing Multisensory Environments with Design Artifacts for Tangible Interaction",
abstract = "Even though multisensory environments (MSE) incorporate artifacts and technology to provide sensory stimuli, most of these artifacts are non-interactive. Twenty-four children with profound developmental disabilities from three MSE institutions have been involved in a research study. A handful of interactive design artifacts, which have been developed as a tool for ideation and to enhance the use of MSE by promoting children’s engagement are presented. With these artifacts the children have shown us a vast topology of interaction and bodily engagement, showing a potential for haptic and audio interactive design fields to contribute to a more participatory MSE practice.",
keywords = "Tangible interaction, disability, children, MSE, artifacts, interfaces, physical computing, arduino, capsense, Kinect",
author = "H{\'e}ctor Caltenco and Larsen, {Henrik Svarrer} and Per-Olof Hedvall",
year = "2012",
language = "English",
pages = "45--47",
booktitle = "International Workshop on Haptic and Audio Interaction Design",

}