Alongside with the research and development on flexible displays, personification design is considered as one of the most prospective philosophy of design in terms of emotional interaction because people unconsciously tend to feel pleasured from things that are similar to themselves. Herein, using the personification design of the flexible display, this paper proposes that the degree of angle, the speed, and repetition of the movement of the personified flexible device influence the emotional interaction between human and flexible devices. For the study, the prototype is videoed and survey is conducted on 22 participants. As a result, according to the statistical analysis, speed plays the most significant role on emotional interaction between human and personified flexible devices, repetition and angle following after it in the respective order. This emotional interactive personified display is prospected to have various usages, applicable in notification and entertaining function.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Control and Systems Engineering