Walking - Sensing - Participation

Mads Bødker, Nina Dam Meinhardt, David Browning

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    Abstract

    Building on ethnographic research and social theory in the field of ‘mobilities’, this workshop paper suggests that field work based on simply walking with people entails a form of embodied participation that informs technological interventions by creating a space within which to address a wider set of experiential or ‘felt’ qualities of living with mobile technologies. Moving from reflections on the value of walking with people, the paper outlines some affordances of a smartphone application built to capture place experiences through walking.
    Building on ethnographic research and social theory in the field of ‘mobilities’, this workshop paper suggests that field work based on simply walking with people entails a form of embodied participation that informs technological interventions by creating a space within which to address a wider set of experiential or ‘felt’ qualities of living with mobile technologies. Moving from reflections on the value of walking with people, the paper outlines some affordances of a smartphone application built to capture place experiences through walking.

    Conference

    ConferenceThe 16th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services. MobileHCI 2014
    Number16
    CountryCanada
    CityToronto
    Period23/09/201426/09/2014
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      Bødker, M., Meinhardt, N. D., & Browning, D. (2014). Walking - Sensing - Participation. Paper presented at The 16th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services. MobileHCI 2014, Toronto, Canada.
      Bødker, Mads ; Meinhardt, Nina Dam ; Browning, David. / Walking - Sensing - Participation. Paper presented at The 16th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction with Mobile Devices and Services. MobileHCI 2014, Toronto, Canada.4 p.
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