Funology pp 275-281 | Cite as

Fun with Your Alarm Clock: Designing for Engaging Experiences Through Emotionally Rich Interaction

  • Stephan Wensveen
  • Kees Overbeeke
Part of the Human-Computer Interaction Series book series (HCIS, volume 3)


High Heel Playful Interaction Alarm Clock Engaging Experience Augmented Feedback 
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  • Stephan Wensveen
  • Kees Overbeeke

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