Smart Objects embed computational capabilities in everyday objects opening opportunities for designing new forms of interaction based on the user's bodily experience. In this work we explore how these devices can exploit their physicality to enrich the interaction between humans and computers.
Quantified Self aims at providing people with self-awareness and self-knowledge through the collection of personal data. However, the modalities through which these information are presented often prevent individuals to gain useful insights. Numbers and graphs, in fact, are not suitable for all users. In this work, we suggest that storytelling can provide… (More)