12 lectures + 12 exercise sessions
The learning activities span over 14 weeks with lectures and exercises.
During the course the students will design concepts for locative media applications, and prototype one application using designated tools (no or very little programming is needed). The course is divide into three blocks: (1) introductory lectures on locative media and exercises where an array of locative media examples are studied and tried out; (2) a design phase, where students work on designing locative media concepts in a live case; and (3) a prototyping phase, where each student group choose one design that is prototyped and evaluated in context. The design project includes two intermediary project presentations, and concludes with a final presentation, where a locative media application should be demonstrated.
D22: Hand-in with following oral exam supplemented by the hand-in., (7-scale, external exam)
Group report (15 – 20 pages) documenting the application design project. Harvard system is used for referencing.
Group presentation of the application design project, including demonstration of the application.
The duration of the oral exam is 20 minutes pr. student including evaluation and feedback.