When we develop new practices, artefacts and interaction designs for sports and physical activity, it is essential to involve movement in the design process. Involving movement, we believe, will lead to more sustainable movement technologies and sports concepts so that, in turn, people in Europe profit health and well-being. We are, therefore building an interdisciplinary network across Europe striving for applying appropriate movement-based design methods. Besides the six main partners, we have several associated partners in the sports industry, health domains, and in the educational and public fields. They will contribute to create and test the method cards developed. The MeCaMInD project will support solving the challenge of engineers and students to engage with movement in their design practice (as target domain and as the medium of design) and for sports sciencestudents to gain confidence in using motion as their first choice in doing technology design.
|Effective start/end date||01/09/2020 → 31/08/2023|
- University of Twente (Project partner)
- Uppsala University (Project partner)
- Malmö University (Project partner)
- Charles III University of Madrid (Project partner)
- Aalto University (Project partner)
- SDU (lead)
- Physical Activity
- Sports Industry
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