Interactive Computing in Outdoor Recreation

Michael D Jones; Florian Daiber; Zann Anderson; Kevin Seppi
In: CHI '17 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI-17), May 6-11, Denver, CO, USA, ACM, 2017.


Interactive computing has impacted how people experience outdoor recreation. The role of interactive computing in outdoor recreation is complicated. Some people engage in outdoor recreation precisely to avoid distractions associated with pervasive interactive computing. Others use interactive computing to create, enhance or share outdoor recreation experiences. In this SIG, participants will discuss possible research and foundational theories that might guide future work in interactive computing for outdoor recreation. The discussion will range from engineering issues to research methods. Attendees will have opportunities to stay connected after the SIG.

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