Pervasive, Intelligent Materiality for Smart Interactivity

  • Massimo Micocci
  • Gabriella Spinelli
Palabras clave: Materiales inteligentes ; comportamiento de los usos ; interactividad avanzadas ; agentes humanos


El desarrollo de R&D ha permitido que sus productos puedan ser “inteligentes”, esto significa que son capaces de entender cómo reaccionar al comportamiento de los usuarios y en el contexto que los usen. Además de contribuir a su rendimiento basado en la estructura firme de estos materiales, también posee grandes exigencias relativas al entendimiento de su comportamiento y las intenciones deseadas por los agentes humanos y permitir el grado de inteligencia y las interacciones con los materiales que están equipados. Este artículo investiga como de penetrante, la inteligencia del material puede ser usada para hacer que las interactividades de las personas con los productos sean muchas más efectivas, con el fin de desinar las Interactividad Inteligentes. Basándonos en una revisión de las aplicaciones de Materiales Inteligentes, este artículo propone una acción-estímulo en el sistema mediante los puentes de las acciones de los posibles usuarios con las propiedades de los materiales inteligentes.


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Micocci, M., & Spinelli, G. (2020). Pervasive, Intelligent Materiality for Smart Interactivity . Cuadernos Del Centro De Estudios De Diseño Y Comunicación, (94).