- Type of project
- 01.08.2006 -> 01.08.2010
This project has been completed
About the project
This is project is a PhD study under the Touch project. It investigates how RFID may be used by interaction designers to create innovative user experiences. The goal is to create a framework for understanding RFID in context of interaction design practice.
Central research questions: How may emerging technology be analyzed, re-conceptualized and presented to support creative interaction design practices? What is RFID in an interaction design perspective?
Analytical frames: Activity theory, design theory and HCI.
Methods: Practice based design research, prototypes, modelling.
Deliverables: PhD thesis (3 journal articles, framework for RFID from a design perspective).
Duration: 1 August 2006 – 1 August 2010.
Funding: Research Council of Norway (NFR, VERDICT programme).
Partners: University of Oslo, Interactive Institute Göteborg, Bengler Media. Informal: Nokia Insight and Forsight, Telenor R&D, Opera Software, AULA CRAFT, Sintef, EQuator/University of Surrey; Goldsmiths University London.
Supervisor: Prof. Andrew Morrison