Hybrid Framework Human Computer Interaction Art and Experiences

Muna E. M. Ahmed Elsheik


The expansion in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) field has not only been in excellence of interaction, it has also experienced different branching in computer arts. Instead of designing regular interfaces, the different research branches have had different focus on the concepts of multi-modality rather than uni-modality, pleasure, intelligent adaptive interfaces rather than command/action based ones, and finally active with human engagement rather than passive interfaces. One important area that contributes to creative practice in art is HCI, or interaction design in particular. An innovated framework for human computer interaction based on both pleasure and human engagement that exploit modern computer arts components and technologies is introduced. In designing for engagement, the artist needs to consider where they sit in this space and what kind of engagement or engagement process they are concerned with. On other designing issue many artwork consider pleasure as form of interaction with specific characteristics. Providing a context in which appropriate interaction design decisions can be made and the nature of the interactive experience must be addressed. 


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