Beeping socks and chirping arm bands: wearables that foster free play
Fecha de publicación2015-06-10
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Three wearable playful accessories incorporate design principles that promote individuality, natural interaction, ubiquity, and intimacy to encourage spontaneous open- ended social interaction in school-age children.
Es parte deComputer, 2015, vol. 48, núm. 6, p. 41-48
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