Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/35593
Title: Sharing imagination and emotion through the use of lively interactive products
Authors: Chow, KKN 
Keywords: Embodied cognition
Emotion
Imagination
Interaction design
Sensorimotor experience
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Universidad de los Andes
Source: 9th International Conference on Design and Emotion 2014 : The Colors of Care, 2014, p. 202-210 How to cite?
Abstract: People using the same product may also share meaning and affect. Grounded in phenomenology in philosophy, cognitive semantics in cognitive science, and the psychology of emotion, this paper argues that lively interactive products, which feature dynamic images with reactivity and contingency, can evoke shared mental images and feelings via familiar sensorimotor experience in two states of interaction, namely continuous feedback (i.e., coupling of user input and system feedback) and extended change (i.e., system change while input pauses). The overall enduring interaction triggers imaginative conceptual blends in users at multiple cognitive levels. Meanwhile, emotions are elicited during different moments. Users thus echo similar imagined thoughts and feelings through the use. This paper introduces interpretive analysis for designers or researchers, showing how the model assists in analyzing inter-subjective user experiences and opens up possibilities for creating more socially resonating products.
Description: 9th International Conference on Design and Emotion 2014, 6-10 October 2014
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10397/35593
ISBN: 9789587740707
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