As part of a the research project Digital Urban Living [www.digitalurbanliving.dk], we have taken part in the design of two large-scale installations that employ interactive technologies to facilitate participation and foster social interactions in public, urban settings. We present the two cases, Aarhus by Light and Projected Poetry, and discuss the future trajectory of our work in this field, as well as some of our findings regarding the challenges of designing large-scale public interactive installations. In doing so, we specifically highlight the possibilities in relation to designing for affective experience and engaging interaction that advocate for a long-term interactive experience.
|Place of Publication||Workshop on Public and Situated Displays to Support Communities, OZCHI'08|
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|