Sarah Diefenbach, Marc Hassenzahl, Matthias Laschke, Eva Lenz, Josef Schumann and Martin Knobel from our cooperation partner BMW Research and Technology will present on this year’s CHI in Paris.
Monday, April 29., 15:20 and Tuesday, April 30., 10:20: An Interaction Vocabulary. Describing The How Of Interaction by Sarah Diefenbach, Eva Lenz, Marc Hassenzahl. Work-in-Progress Poster Session, 1st rotation. This is a result of our proTACT project.
Monday, April 29., 15:20 and Tuesday, April 30., 10:20: A Trip into the Countryside: An Experience Design for Explorative Car Cruises by Martin Knobel, Marc Hassenzahl, Melanie Lamara, Josef Schumann, Kai Eckoldt, Andreas Butz. Work-in-Progress Poster Session, 1st rotation.
Tuesday, April 30., 9:00: Experiences Before Things: A Primer for the (Yet) Unconvinced by Marc Hassenzahl. Alt.chi: Experiences, Room 252B
Monday, April 29. – Thursday, May 02., ongoing: ReMind. A Transformational Object for Procrastinators by Jan Brechmann, Marc Hassenzahl, Matthias Laschke, Marion Digel. Video Showcase
Wednesday, May 1., 9:00: User-Experience from an Inference Perspective by Paul van Schaik, Marc Hassenzahl, Jonathan Ling. TOCHI.
Thursday, May 02., 14:00: All you Need is Love: Current Strategies of Mediating Intimate Relationships through Technology by Marc Hassenzahl, Stephanie Heidecker, Kai Eckoldt, Sarah Diefenbach, Uwe Hillmann. TOCHI: Design Strategies, Room Bordeaux
We’re looking forward to meet you!