Participatory design fiction for innovation in everyday wearable IoT systems: demo abstract


Type
Conference Object
Change log
Authors
Oliver, Katherine Helen 
Abstract

This demo will invite attendees to experience a novel technique of Participatory Design Fiction, which uses storytelling to elicit users’ ideas for new kinds of wearable IoT devices, starting from a blank slate. The demo will also feature the Gallery Necklace technology probe, an IoT-enabled neckpiece with an ePaper display, which is the first design artifact of the study so far. Overall, this demo will illuminate how Participatory Design Fiction can give insight into what users really want from wearable computing.

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Keywords
participatory design fiction, wearable computing, internet of things, design fiction, science fiction prototyping, participatory design, user-centred design, research through design
Journal Title
IoTDI '19 Proceedings of the International Conference on Internet of Things Design and Implementation
Conference Name
IoTDI 2019 ACM/IEEE Conference on Internet of Things Design and Implementation
Journal ISSN
Volume Title
Publisher
Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)
Rights
All rights reserved
Sponsorship
The Alan Turing Institute Doctoral Scheme University of Cambridge Department of Computer Science and Technology