Tag Archives: Interaction Design

RHYME at Universal Design 2016

On August 23rd RHYME members Birgitta Cappelen and Anders-Petter Andersson presented a paper at the Universal Design 2016 conference in York. The biannual Universal Design conference is together with the Inclusive Design conference the most important community within design for people … Continue reading

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Testing Polly Compose App

Rhyme’s design and development team is currently doing the last tests of the Polly Compose APP before the user studies with the families. In the Polly Compose APP the user can interact with the Interactive things at home, Polly Planet, … Continue reading

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Polly World on Vimeo

We have created a little video about the physical interaction i Polly World (not the social screen based App interaction). The video is shot by Alexandre Chapell and edited by Mariko Rhode and Birgitta Cappelen. Thanks to Sara, Anders and … Continue reading

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RHYME with 2 Keynotes at the Nordic Snoezelen Conference

RHYME contributed with two keynote lectures at the 10th Nordic Snoezelen Conference 2014 in Helsingør. The two lectures were Birgitta Cappelen’s Designing Next Generation Interactive MSE and Anders-Petter Andersson’s lecture Music in RHYME. In Birgitta’s lecture she argued based on a … Continue reading

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Pilot test of Polly World

After a long and very demanding design and development period of the 4th generation of the Co-creative Tangibles, named Polly World, we have conducted a first pilot study. Polly World is an attempt to answer all the demands, suggestions  and wishes … Continue reading

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RHYME at ArcInTex

RHYME member Birgitta Cappelen was invited to speak on this year’s ArcInTex conference in Gothenburg. The title of her lecture was “Designing Component Based Smart Textile” and concerned the ongoing work with developing textile solutions for 4th Generation of Co-creative Tangibles, … Continue reading

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Developing 4th generation, distributed and social media

Currently we are working intensively with the development of the 4th generation of Co-creative Tangibles. The 4th generation of Co-creative Tangibles are in the project plan defined as “distributed and social media”.  In the RHYME project this means that the users … Continue reading

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Video of the 3rd Generation student projects are online!

Here are videoes of the student projects from the Sensorial and Musical Interaction course at AHO 2012. Stian Ruud recorded video during the exhibition 2. November and edited short video clips to put on Vimeo. All the Musicking Tangibles are … Continue reading

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RHYME PhD defended, approved and celebrated

Friday October 26, RHYME member Anders-Petter Andersson, defended his PhD in musicology. The thesis with the title Interactive Music Composition explores the design dimensions of interaction, narrative structure, composition rule and music in Generation 1 of RHYME’s co-creative tangibles, ORFI. … Continue reading

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RHYMEs Sensorial and Musical Interaction course started

The master course  Sensorial and Musical Interaction course, which is run by RHYME’s development team (Birgitta, Fredrik and Anders-Petter) and related to RHYME, started at AHO 8th October.  The course started with an excursion to StatsPed/Torshov Kompetansesenters large exhibition and introduction … Continue reading

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