Reflections on Air
This paper introduces an interactive mirror that aims to augment human perception and provide people with a visual-auditory experience with the air. To this end, we conceived and implemented a novel interface that responds to carbon dioxide with kinetic behavior and sound. In this study, we outline literature, related works, and the creative process of the practice-based research. We then discuss our findings and conclude with recommendations for the mirror’s use as a mediator for raising awareness of the increasing carbon dioxide concentrations caused by human activities.
Jessica Broscheit, Susanne Draheim, Kai von Luck, and Qi Wang. 2021. REFLECTIONS ON AIR: An Interactive Mirror for the Multisensory Perception of Air. The paper will be published in the ACM Digital Library in the volume of the Augmented Humans (AHs’21) conference proceedings.
Video documentation of the interaction.