MusiSkate: enhancing the skateboarding experience through musical feedback

@inproceedings{Ghosh2016MusiSkateET,
  title={MusiSkate: enhancing the skateboarding experience through musical feedback},
  author={Sarthak Ghosh and Pratik Shah and Lorina Navarro and Xiaowei Chen},
  booktitle={MobileHCI Adjunct},
  year={2016}
}
In this paper, we investigate the potential of using musical feedback to enhance the skateboarding experience and to encourage skaters to gain more skills. We adhere to the UCD (User-Centered Design) process to discover opportunities for technological contributions in skating, followed by proposing MusiSkate as a solution based on user needs and contexts. Our findings suggest that MusiSkate has the potential to enhance the satisfaction of skating. Furthermore, it conforms to the guidelines for… CONTINUE READING

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