AR Quilt

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Title: Memory Quilt: Lets Go For a Walk

Description:   Memory Quilt is an AR project for my nephews. Embroidered leaves of neighborhood trees found on the quilt become shifting repositories of memories, unlocked through a companion AR mobile app.

Process

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celebrating their routine walks, shared love of nature and how to share those memories with one another

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User Testing 

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Some questions

  • How to share new and old memories through objects
  • How might generational storytelling inform social AR experiences
  • How to design digital experiences that encourage off screen exploration  
  • What does it mean to craft personalized apps, can it offer a certain kind of warmth
  • Possible aesthetic and interaction design decisions to better integrate the two

Some points of inspiration 

“by learning from a traditional medium, we’ve got a new technique  for drawing of computers whose value extends way beyond simply the automotive industry of tape drawing where it originated from and can benefit anybody putting geometry into a computer ”

SVA MFA interaction design student work from: https://sva.edu/academics/graduate/mfa-interaction-design
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http://www.danielstarrason.com
  • Abbot device for outdoor exploration paper
  • Bill Buxton’s tape drawing –> translation of tools / physical making to digital
  • SVA Interaction design MFA project (tree rings)
  • Embroidered landscapes from Museum in Akeyuri Iceland
  • The rise of digital naturalism and outdoor exploration apps

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