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Attracting Passersby into a Building using an Interactive Installation

Wolbers, J.J.H. (2017) Attracting Passersby into a Building using an Interactive Installation.

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Abstract:This report presents the results of a bachelor graduation project for the University of Twente, 100%FAT & Concordia. Concordia is an organisation that provides film, arts and theatre in En- schede who hired 100%FAT to design and build an interactive installation that will attract more visi- tors to their public art display building. The projects goal is to develop strategies and form recommendations for 100%FAT for the design and implementation of this interactive installation. This is done through literature research, con- ducting interviews and building three testing devices which are then used to conduct user tests at Concordia. One result is the significant advantage of a proactive installation compared to a passive installation which in the user tests doubled the amount of people that interacted with it. The report concludes that there are several ways that you can grab people’s attention on a public street but it is hard to persuade people to come inside of the building. It also shows multiple recommendations that 100%FAT should keep in mind when building the final installation.
Item Type:Essay (Bachelor)
100%FAT, Enschede, The Netherlands
Faculty:EEMCS: Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science
Subject:54 computer science
Programme:Creative Technology BSc (50447)
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