Designing for
Dynamic Movement

Rouien Zarin

Designing for Dynamic Movement (PhD project)

The primary focus of this prototype driven research is based on the convergence of sensor data, interactive visualization, and mobile technology within the realm of extreme sports. The area of mountain biking, climbing and skiing, (while vastly popular activities) has received quite little attention from Human Computer Interaction and Interaction Design communities. I am interested in researching, prototyping, evaluating, and conceptualizing various ways in sensor data and other pieces of information can be effectively communicated to a person while moving. Methodological outcomes of this research will address how prototypes affect practice and include a new framework paradigm for working with users in special interest communities.

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My supervisors are Andreas Lund (Dept. of Informatics, Umeå University) and Johan Redström (Umeå Institute of Design, Umeå University)


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