Extending Interface Practice: An Ecosystem Approach
Tuesday, 23 July
3:30 - 5:30 pm
Ballroom C3

Interface ecology is an emerging meta-disciplinary approach in which creation of rich interactive experiences spans many disciplines, including computer graphics, mathematics, gaming, visual art, performance, and cultural theory. Interfaces extend beyond interactive artifacts, activities, and social spaces, forming intricate ecosystems. Interfaces are the catalytic border zones where systems of representation meet, mix, and recombine. Through this recombination, interface ecosystems generate fundamental innovations of form, experience, knowledge, and technology. This panel brings together a diverse range of practitioners who work from concept to experience to interconnect multiple systems within the whole.

Organizer/Moderator
Andruid Kerne
New York University


Panelists
Natalie Jeremijenko
Yale University

Andruid Kerne
New York University

Michael Mateas
Carnegie Mellon University

Thecla Schiphorst
Simon Fraser University

Wolfgang Strauss
Fraunhofer Institute Media Communication

Will Wright
Maxis Software




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