Creativity In Blended Interaction Spaces

Project: Research

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Description

The CIBIS project develops and explores blended interaction spaces that support the creative potential of high-school students.
The objectives are to 1) demonstrate the potential for integrating multiple digital devices and analog materials in a shared environment, to support individual and group creativity, and 2) develop the theoretical foundation for the study of constraints on creativity, design ideas, generative design materials, and creative methods in design processes. As a foundation for achieving these objectives, CIBIS has established an interdisciplinary collaboration among researchers from the computer sciences, interaction design, and creativity research. This research is taking place in partnership with two major, innovative international companies (LEGO and Designit), three high schools, and the Academy for Talented Youth. International collaborators include Université Paris-Sud, City University, London, and Technische Universiteit, Eindhoven.
AcronymCIBIS
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date01/07/201430/06/2018

Activities

Research outputs

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