Embodied Interaction, 7.5 Credits
About the course
The course examines embodied interaction as a central strand in HCI. It presents embodied interaction as a multi-faceted way of conceiving and framing HCI, not as a unified theory. The course outlines a historical development by means of juxtaposing a succession of HCI technology and HCI theories, perspectives and frameworks. The motivation for this approach is that students should learn and gain insights into the dynamics between the way technology is used and the ways it is conceived of.
Level of Education: Advanced