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Ovalle, Liliana; Gaver, William (2016)
Languages: English
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We will present the Energy Babble, a networked audio based artefact, as the object outcome of a design and social science research project. This device is an interface for a system that provides a kind of automated talk radio to communities of practice concerned with energy demand reduction within the UK. Designed with a ludic design approach, the Energy Babble is an example of how the physical and aesthetic attributes of an object outcome are developed as a means to encourage playful engagement with a research context.
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    • 1. Gaver, W., Michael, M., Kerridge, T., Wilkie, A., Boucher, A., Ovalle, L., & Plummer-Fernandez, M. (2015). Energy Babble: Mixing EnvironmentallyOriented Internet Content to Engage Community Groups. Proc. CHI'15. ACM Press. pp. 1115-1124.
    • Gaver, W., Boucher, A., Pennington, S., and Walker, B.,2004. Designing for Homo Ludens. I3 Magazine, 12, 2-6.
    • Akrich, M. et al. (1992). The de-scription of technical objects. In Shaping technology/building society. MIT Press, pp.204-224.
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