The cardboard poster is set in an imagined speculative future where augmented reality technology can superimpose visuals onto any surface. The cardboard represents a hybrid physical and virtual material that would be experienced with augmented reality glasses and force feedback wearable devices in the future. The cardboard poster shows how interactions through digital media could more closely integrate into audiences' day-to-day practices using the body and surrounding physical world as a digital surface.
The cardboard poster served to present research carried out during my PhD at CHI 2017, see dx.doi.org/10.1145/3027063.3048430.
- 06 May 2017
- Mazza 2017 CHI.pdf