Encouraging sustainable fashion with a playful recycling system

@inproceedings{Bosch2013EncouragingSF,
  title={Encouraging sustainable fashion with a playful recycling system},
  author={Lilian Bosch and Marije Kanis},
  booktitle={BCS HCI},
  year={2013}
}
This paper presents the design and study of UNI2BIN, a playful interactive system challenging its users to recycle their textiles so to adopt more sustainable fashion habits. The system initially rewards the user with direct playful interactions when depositing clothes in the recycling machine, followed by dispensing a token granting access to a user specific website further depicting what happens to their recycled clothes. To close the loop, a clothing line is created from the supplied… CONTINUE READING

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