The research on experience and aesthetics of interaction investigates the symbolic-affective relationship between people and computational artifacts, mapping how these artifacts are capable of exerting a fascination effect on them, while seeking to understand the aesthetic values that govern the computational media. The objective of the research is to provide conceptual subsidies, mental models, and a structured reference panel that can assist the creative work in the design of this type of artifact.
During the 2017-2019 biennium this research will pay special attention to the study of how narrative artifacts are transformed into computational objects, and especially those that incorporate a diversity of media in this transposition.
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