While physical fights back, digital storytelling isn’t left unaffected.
Technology unlocks more senses, boosts users’ imagination, sparks dialog, and fuels self-expression. From retail and museums to consulting businesses, seems like space becomes the canvas for more engaging tangible experiences.
First of all, can playful environment and darkness help you make better business decisions? Also raise awareness of data privacy by making smart devices gossip about you in your living room? Finally, should you literally feel the data?
In this talk at IxDA‘s Interaction’19, Maryna Razakhatskaya first of all shows her approach to using Technology and Space for immersive storytelling. Furthermore she argues that when it comes to designing multi-sensory playgrounds, UX devil’s in details: Light, smell, sound, body movements, physical interaction, space navigation, timing.
Technology and Space for immersive storytelling
About Maryna Razakhatskaya
As a Creative Technologist at Fjord @TheDock, Maryna Razakhatskaya bridges the gap between design and technology to create exponentially better solutions to human-centred design problems using emerging and existing technologies.
Her main design tool is code. For the past eight years she has been building physical-to-digital experiences that might cause delight and augment human-computer interaction.
Marina holds a MSc degree in Creative Technology and a number of awards for creative applications of computer vision and wearable technologies.