Kinemata - motion memory enhanced

Jana Pejoska, Johannes Neumeier

Tutkimustuotos: KonferenssimateriaalitKonferenssiesitysvertaisarvioitu

Abstrakti

As learners, we have seen the differences in acquiring knowledge when using one versus multiple channels to receive information. But, what if we can receive information that we wish to memorize through various senses/channels simultaneously through an embodied experience? What if we can equip our bodily senses to have instant re-mediated digital feedback about an occurring change? Having a wearable device would act as an interface that enhances our senses and helps a reflection process which would lead to increased information awareness.
Kinemata is a prototype wearable device that captures a user’s body movements for the purpose of learning that movement. Becoming aware about a specific physical activity while receiving feedback about it through multiple senses can significantly increase the chances of memorizing the movements. The user can “feel” the motion simultaneously while performing it through the auditory, visual and tactile feedback that enable an enhanced perception of the movement itself. The device signalizes changes in movement, thus making the learning experience faster/ more immediate and meaningful. In addition, a computer application is available to be used as a monitoring and control interface if needed to see the recording and matching of the movements afterwards as a reflection.
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TilaJulkaistu - 30 syyskuuta 2015
Julkaistu ulkoisestiKyllä
OKM-julkaisutyyppiEi sovellu
TapahtumaEC-TEL 2015 TENTH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING Design for Teaching and Learning in a networked World - Toledo, Espanja
Kesto: 15 syyskuuta 201518 syyskuuta 2015

Muu

MuuEC-TEL 2015 TENTH EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING Design for Teaching and Learning in a networked World
MaaEspanja
KaupunkiToledo
Ajanjakso15/09/201518/09/2015

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