Radiating centers: Augmented reality and human-centric design

@article{Pedersen2009RadiatingCA,
  title={Radiating centers: Augmented reality and human-centric design},
  author={Isabel Pedersen},
  journal={2009 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality - Arts, Media and Humanities},
  year={2009},
  pages={11-16}
}
  • Isabel Pedersen
  • Published 2009 in
    2009 IEEE International Symposium on Mixed and…
People understand themselves as centers. Using a humanities approach, this paper proposes a conceptual model that promotes human-centricity for AR experiences. It uses David Burrows' phenomenology of sound and human thought as a reflective model. He argues that humans act according to a center-periphery scheme that is projected in three fields of action relating to body, mind, and the existential self. The paper suggests that AR inventors ought to consider how humans imagine their own centric… CONTINUE READING

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