Interactive Environments

A brief model for describing various types of interactive environments. Created for EMIM course (New Interactive Envionments), Professor Cuneyt Budak.

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Interactive Environments by Mind Map: Interactive Environments

1. Type of participants

1.1. Human to human

1.1.1. Conversational

1.1.2. Behavioural

1.2. Human to computer

1.2.1. Human to document

1.2.2. Human to system

1.3. Computer to computer

1.3.1. P2P Networks

1.3.2. Server/Station Networks

2. Technology

2.1. Electronic

2.2. Informational

2.3. Communication

2.4. Mechanical

2.5. Audio-visual

3. Result of interaction

3.1. Behaviour

3.2. Change

3.3. Creation of information

3.4. Emotion

3.5. Exchange of information

4. Presence

4.1. Virtual

4.2. Physical

4.2.1. Touch

4.2.1.1. Single-touch

4.2.1.2. Multi-touch

4.2.2. Audio

4.2.3. Visual

4.2.4. Biometrical

4.2.5. Wireless

5. Type of use

5.1. Fun

5.2. Work

5.3. Study

5.4. Art

5.5. Social

6. Number of participants

6.1. One-to-one

6.2. One-to-many

6.3. Many-to-one

6.4. Many-to-many

6.5. Communities

7. Ease of use

7.1. Intuitive

7.2. Non-intuitive

8. Type of interaction

8.1. Desktop

8.1.1. Conversational

8.1.2. Manipulation

8.1.3. Locomotion

8.2. Ubiquitous (omnipresent)

8.2.1. HAPTIC

8.2.2. Audio-visual

8.2.3. Wearable

8.2.4. Responsive

8.2.5. Biological

8.2.6. Interactive environments

9. Timing

9.1. Real-time

9.2. Scheduled

10. Situation

10.1. Involuntary

10.2. Voluntary

10.3. Mandatory

11. History

11.1. Mechanical machines

11.2. Telegraph

11.3. Telephone

11.4. Personal computer

11.5. Internet

11.6. Mobile phones