Casablanca: Designing Social Communication Devices for the Home (20 Apr 2001)
The Casablanca project explored how media space concepts could be incorporated into households and family life. This effort included prototypes built for the researchers' own home use, field studies of households, and consumer testing of design concepts. A number of previously unreported consumer preferences and concerns were uncovered and incorporated into several original prototypes, most notably ScanBoard and the Intentional Presence Lamp. Casablanca also resulted in conclusions about designing household social communication devices.
Article URL: http://hci.stanford.edu/seminar/abstracts/00-01/010420-hindus.html
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