Designing Activist Spatial Experiences Using Mixed-Media Virtual Environments
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This research investigated how to design “activist spatial experiences” to communicate contemporary political narratives of under-resourced or misrepresented people. The research involved designing a prototype that was evaluated using experts testing and feedback. The innovative design solution used low-cost interactive and digital technology to create a mixed-media virtual environment. The findings successfully demonstrated significant embodied and affective spatial immersivity between viewers and the multimodal content, but also found challenges in navigation and interaction.
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