Interactive displays lead to playful behaviour

People interacting with large public interactive displays (PIDs) often do so in playful ways.

The PID at the University of Sydney had more than 1,000 visitors over a 10-day period. The display featured a mirror image of the viewer in the form of a skeleton.

More than 75% of passersby interacted by either dancing “locomotion” or gesturing. The research will be used to recommend strategies for making PIDs more engaging.

Read more at University of Sydney

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