DIS'22 ACM SIGCHI (2022): Online
Going Into Depth:
Learning From A Survey Of Interactive Designs For Aquatic Recreation
ACM SIGCHI Conference on Design of Interactive Systems DIS'22
Christal Clashing, Maria Fernanda Montoya Vega, Ian Smith, Rakesh Patibanda, Swamy Ananthanarayan, Sarah Jane Pell, & Floyd Mueller
Aquatic recreation encompasses a variety of water-based activities from which participants gain physical, mental, and social benefits. Although interactive technologies for supporting aquatic recreation activities have increased in recent years, the HCI community does not yet have a structured understanding of approaches to interaction design for aquatic recreation. To contribute towards such an understanding, we present the results of a systematic review of 48 papers on the design of interactive technology for aquatic recreation, drawn from the ACM, IEEE, and SPORTDiscus libraries. From this review, we present an aquatic recreation user experience framework that details water's problems and opportunities with regard to HCI. In particular, we found that designers can elicit delight, enablement, challenge, and synergy in aquatic recreation experiences. Our framework brings us a step closer to understanding how technology can interact with users and the aquatic environment to enhance the existing recreational experiences which connect us to aquatic environments.
Keywords: Games/Play; Sports/Exercise, Water, Aquatic Recreation.
Christal Clashing, Maria Fernanda Montoya Vega, Rakesh Patibanda, Swamy Ananthanarayan, Sarah Jane Pell, and Florian ’Floyd’ Mueller. 2022. Going Into Depth: Learning From A Survey Of Interactive Designs For Aquatic Recreation. In DIS Conference on Design of Interactive Systems (DIS ’22), June 14-16, 2022, Online. ACM, New York, NY, USA, 11 pages.
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