Attentive Interaction Design Toolkit

Paper
Wednesday, 2 August, 3:30 - 4 pm
Room 156

This vision-based input toolkit helps visual artists and designers develop interactive art installations. It creates a text interpretation of human facial gestures that can be interpreted by any application for interactive uses. This allows users with programs such as Adobe Flash to use head movements and expressions as input. A four-day workshop demonstrated that Flash designers with no other experience in user interface design or computer vision could competently make interactive spaces (TaiKer-KTV and ScreamMarket) based on body motion.

Chia-Hsun Jackie Lee
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab
jackylee (at) media.mit.edu

Ted Selker
Jon Wetzel
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Lab