Research on the influence of tea culture on tea product innovation based on the natural user interface (NUI) method

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Abstract

One research method based on influences of Natural user interface (NUI) tea culture on creativity of tea product in low-carbon economy is proposed to improve scientificity and reasonability of creative design of tea products in low-carbon economy. Firstly, introduction is carried out on creative design scheme of NUI tea products and the user interface makes it available for fast learning and complex interaction depends on creation in technology and experience. And then, specialized knowledge can be used to optimize the route and meet users’ requirements according to the context and task; secondly, the scheme is adopted for research on influences of tea culture on creation in tea products and then corresponding creative design is carried out on tea products; in the end, design results and corresponding experimental analysis is carried out to verify validity of proposed methods.

Keywords

NUI design Tea culture Creation in tea products Low-carbon economy 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Korean Culture Graduate School of Wonkwang UniversityLksanRepublic of Korea
  2. 2.Department of Research and Development of Cloudin Technology LimitedBeijingPeople’s Republic of China

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