- Movement-Based Method Collection

Lars Elbæk (Producer), Rasmus Vestergaard Andersen (Producer), Robby W. Van Delden (Producer), José María Font Fernández (Producer), René Engelhardt Hansen (Producer), Perttu Hämäläinen (Producer), Mats Johnsson (Producer), Lærke Schjødt Rasmussen (Producer), Søren Lekbo (Producer), Solip Park (Producer), Dees Postma (Producer), Dennis Reidsma (Producer), Elena Márquez Segura (Producer), Ana Tajadura-Jimenez (Producer), Laia Turmo Vidal (Producer), Jose Manuel Vega Cebrian (Producer), Annika Waern (Producer), Maximus Kaos (Producer)

Research output: Non-textual formInteractive productionCommunication


The Method Cards for Movement-based Interaction Design (MeCaMInD) project is an ambitious initiative funded by the EU through the Erasmus+ strategic partnership program. Our primary objective is to introduce movement as an integral component in the design process of new practices, artifacts, and interaction designs for sports and physical activities. The intent is to drive the development of more sustainable movement technologies and sports concepts, enhancing health and well-being for people across Europe.

MeCaMInD is a cooperative endeavour involving six prestigious institutions: the University of Southern Denmark, Aalto University, Malmö University, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, the University of Twente, and Uppsala University. We are committed to creating and enhancing a movement-based creative design environment. The project caters to students and design professionals, providing an array of tools and methods.

The movement-focused design approach aims to rethink how technology can be integrated more naturally and engagingly into our daily lives and activities. MeCaMInD envisions a future where technology, sports, and movement fuse seamlessly to promote an active, healthy, and joyful lifestyle.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date1. Aug 2023
Publication statusPublished - 1. Aug 2023

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ISBN: 978-87-94345-79-8


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