A 3 days #PersuasiveWorkshop is over - description of the idea, video and photos

The theme of the workshop was the use of technology to tackle loneliness. The tablets can be put on the desks in a pub (bar, coffe shop) and people can start collaborative tasks across desks by inviting other tables into these tasks such as:

  • chat with people sitting at different tables (e.g. people who come alone to a pub can start a conversation with someone if they are shy)
  • draw together on a collaborative canvas
  • play games such as hangman (person playing with another person sitting at a different table or table of friends playing with another group sitting at another table)
  • collaborative task where several tables try to complete a task for a reward (e.g. if a quiz is successfully finished all participants get a voucher, free coffe or something similar).

A big thanks to all the participants (Primož Babič, Leo Gombač, Jan Grbac, Denis Subotic, Patrik Širol, Matej Zemljak, Nikki Bernobić, Matic Kuruzar Kromar, Goran Tubić, Duško Oštrić, Matjaž Jerman, Niki Hrovatin, Marko Al Kontestabile)

Contact me or Klen if you want to join the research team.

Here is the video of the workshop:

and here are some photos

The official news on Faculty's page.

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