Designing Interactions with Furniture: Towards Multi-Sensorial Interaction Design Processes for Interactive Furniture

03/03/2018
by   Pedro Campos, et al.
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In this paper, we argue for novel user experience design methods, in the context of reimagining ergonomics of interactive furniture.

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