Analysing and Producing Interactive Art Works based on Efficient Semantics Flow Framework

효율적 의미전달 체계에 기반한 인터랙티브 아트 분석

  • Received : 2009.07.24
  • Accepted : 2009.10.16
  • Published : 2009.12.28


In this thesis, for analysis of efficient semantics flow frameworks with creative designing of interaction, we propose three elements: coincidence with intuition and common sense, self-leading activeness, and diversity of control parameters. Through analysis of my interactive art works, it is shown that the three proposed qualitative measures for interactive flow analysis are very useful evaluation measures for efficient semantics flows of interactive art works. In the experiments for this analysis, we measured the duration of each action-response feedback, the enjoyment duration of each entire art work, and the number of different types of interactions. The proposed qualitative measures can be used to design models for new interactive art works, as well as for the evaluating framework for existing art works.


Interaction;Intuition and Common Sense;Leading-activeness


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