Blowing Light: Green-Based Interaction Design
As green being a significant issue of these years, we want to discuss about how to combine green with technology through ambient design. Not only use intelligent methods but also interact with fun playing interaction. The relationship between people and the feedback of installation can make people help themselves to meet the needs of them. This paper provides an innovation concept of ambient Intelligence. People can help themselves through a wind-blower installation by conventional power-generating method.
KeywordsAmbient Intelligent Green Human Power Wind-Blower Light Interactive installation
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