Embodied Expressiveness & Creativity Support Measurements
7th decembre 2012, to be announced
to be announced
In this talk, I briefly discuss my work in dual-cursor interaction techniques and how that work led directly to current research on evaluating how well digital tools support creativity. In particular, I will describe the Creativity Support Index (CSI) a self-report metric we have developed for researchers to use in studies of Creativity Support Tools, and our most recent work in using physiological sensing to detect states in which the user experiences high creativity.
Dr. Celine Latulipe has a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Waterloo in Canada. She is an Associate Professor of Human-Computer Interaction in the Department of Software and Information Systems in the College of Computing and Informatics at UNC Charlotte. Dr. Latulipe has long been fascinated by two-handed interaction in the real world, and the absence of it in the human-computer interface. She has developed numerous individual and collaborative multi-cursor interaction techniques and these have blossomed into an exploration of creative expression. Dr. Latulipe works on projects with choreographers, dancers, artists and theatre producers to better understand creative work in practice and how technology may play a role in supporting and evaluating creative work practices. Currently, Dr. Latulipe is working on the Dance.Draw project, funded by an NSF CreativeIT grant.