Emotion Eliciting in Affective Design

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    Abstract

    A successful product needs the designer’s conceptual model congruent with the user’s mental model. The fundamental affective design principle also applies to assistive product design. Eliciting effectively the user’s mental model has been a big challenge for most novice designers. This paper outlines the concept of an integrated design method that is developed to aid novice designer through the conceptual design stage. Multi-modal stimulation is used in this design method to induce user’s emotion, a key element in the user’s mental model. Visio-haptic Augmented Reality technology is integrated with 3D digital prototype as emotion stimulus. To form a closed loop reflective model, the emotion response from the user is assessed with an emotion assessment tool. Emotion ontology is established to form the backbone of the emotion assessment tool.
    OriginalsprogEngelsk
    TitelThe Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Engineering & Product Design Education : Design Education & Human Technology Relations
    RedaktørerErik Bohemia, Arthur Eger, Wouter Eggink, Ahmed Kovacevic, Brian Parkinson, Vessel Wits
    Antal sider6
    Udgivelses stedUniversity of Twente, The Netherlands
    ForlagThe Design Society Institution of Engineering Designers
    Publikationsdato4 sep. 2014
    Sider479-484
    StatusUdgivet - 4 sep. 2014
    BegivenhedThe 16th International Conference on Engineering & Product Design Education: Design Education & Human Technology Relations - University of Twente, Enschede, Holland
    Varighed: 4 sep. 20145 sep. 2014
    Konferencens nummer: 16

    Konference

    KonferenceThe 16th International Conference on Engineering & Product Design Education
    Nummer16
    LokationUniversity of Twente
    LandHolland
    ByEnschede
    Periode04/09/1405/09/14

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    Lai, Y. C. (2014). Emotion Eliciting in Affective Design. I E. Bohemia, A. Eger, W. Eggink, A. Kovacevic, B. Parkinson, & V. Wits (red.), The Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Engineering & Product Design Education: Design Education & Human Technology Relations (s. 479-484). The Design Society Institution of Engineering Designers.