One of the greatest pains to human nature is the pain of a new idea.
The previous two examples were important because they helped augment our ability to focus attention on the person and the context of interaction, rather than just the system or product
Our next example continues down that path and is interesting in that there is no computer or high technology (other than a video camera) involved at all.
The example comes from two students at the Royal College of Art in London, Anab Jain and Louise Wictoria Klinker. It is one of the nicest examples of video-based sketching that I have ever seen. Their project is called Sketch-a-Move, and it was done in 2004, during the first year of their MA studies in Interaction ...
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