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Yan Yan CAO <[log in to unmask]>
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Yan Yan CAO <[log in to unmask]>
Sat, 9 Feb 2019 17:01:20 +0800
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Dear all,

We've reached out to to help promote our TEI 19' Studio Session "Designing
Interactive Olfactory Experience in Real Context and Applications". Your
mailing list was recommended to us by the TEI organizers, we would really
appreciated your help to send out the call.

Don't hesitate to contact us at [log in to unmask] or
[log in to unmask] for further information.

Please see below for the details.
Are you interested in smell interactions? Would you like to explore how to
olfactory experience could be integrated in real context and applications?

Calling researchers/interaction designers who are interested in smell
interactions, whose research/professional background is related but not
limited to interaction design, service design, game design, interactive
technology etc.  We will be hosting a studio session "Designing Interactive
Olfactory Experience in Real Context and Applications" at TEI 19', where we
will you guide through the design approach of integrating interactive
olfactory experience with real contexts and applications by using toolkit,
design prototyping & sketches, case studies.

[Date] March 17th, 2019
[Venue] School of Arts, Media and Engineering, Arizona State University, USA


One page abstract including motivations to the studio, your background and
a brief writing on how you plan to integrate the interactive olfactory
design to your own study/work/research/project. Please email it to:
[log in to unmask] before Feb 20th 2019.

[Studio Website]

[ More about the Studio ]

During the studio, prototype demo and a toolkit will be introduced.
Participants will sketch interactions using provided toolkit and
prototyping materials. The purpose is to think through the realistic
scenarios and the challenges of integrating the experience with actual
interactions in the participants’ areas. We will create potential new areas
of contexts and application areas through toolkit and interaction design

The aim of this studio is to establish a community in discussion of a new
perspective in designing and evaluating interactive olfactory experience in
real contexts and applications.

Topics to be covered:

   - Challenges and Opportunities of Interactive Olfactory Experience
   - Experience-based Approach for Olfactory Interactions
   - Role of Interaction Designer in Interactive Olfactory Design
   - Evaluation Framework for Interactive Olfactory Design

Yan Yan Cao & Meikei Lai
Co-author of TEI Interactive Olfaction Studio Session

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