The Reflector - Design for enriched music festival experiences through meaningful interactions at Into The Great Wide Open
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This report covers research, design development and evaluation of The Reflector - a design that aims to enrich music festival experiences through meaningful interactions at Into The Great Wide Open 2016 (annual music and arts festival on Vlieland). This TU Delft Master Design for Interaction graduation project aims to deliver a spatial design that offers unique human centred experiences. The process is supported by Vision in Product Design approach, which is known for providing interaction and context centred desirable experiences. The project is carried out in cooperation with Triomf Productions who have a long lasting partnership with Into the Great Wide Open (ITGWO) in terms of providing festival identity through area designs. A goal of the project is to deliver a unique product that complies with supplier convenience guidelines and demonstrates feasibility in terms of manufacturability and costing.
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