WeWave - a Collocated Cheering Application
Paper in proceedings, 2016

As people become more isolated by the ubiquitous mobile screen, the need for social activities to take part in the same place at the same time decreases every day. With such a flexible gadget ubiquitously present in our society there are also opportunities to enhance face-to-face interaction. Inspired by Lundgren et al.’s collocated design framework [1], this paper explores how to subtly break down the social barriers through a mobile game application based on the simple gesture of lifting a finger. The team will discuss the methods and process used to design and develop this application, as well as the challenges faced and the reflections with regard to further development of the concept.

game application

Collocated interaction

gestural interaction

design process

Author

Annalisa Casati

Student at Chalmers

Elise Karlsson

Student at Chalmers

Laure Charton

Student at Chalmers

Proceedings of SIDeR’16 – student interaction design research conference

Subject Categories

Human Computer Interaction

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