PIM Project 3 Sketch 1.1

From our chosen case study, #Selfie #NoFilter by Patrick Kelly, we identified the affordance of interaction as we felt that a selfie when shared online allowed for interaction between people.

In this sketch  I want to explore the modern social interaction with people. People using online media to unfold interaction between people and screen. In this sketch,

after dinner It was easy to see the people who around with you that holding the  little screen thing on their hand, cell phone, iPad, and other consoles. It is obviously that people like to interact with the phone rather than people?

One day I just had dinner with my friend, after dinner, we barely talk to each other, so I just used my phone to record that moments. He just completely focused on his cell phone, meanwhile, he also using his laptop to chat with friends.  So on the table, we can clearly see that he used 3 devices to do the online interaction.

Shooting this video may be a little bit of irony, but this is common phenomenon which happen around us. By the way, because of the cell phone and new technology,  people have a new way to get interaction with people who may be far away from they.

The reason why I shoot this short sketch because It is easy for me to see people holding the cell phone in everywhere, walking on the street, toilet, dinner table, lifts, even in the cinema.

Sketch 1.1 was filmed at night, It was dark and I didn’t want to interrupt my friend’s business, In addition, It was not very good to present that people interact with cell phone.  I really hope to shot the similar one in the street, when people walk on the street and they keep connecting and interacting with their phones.

IMG_2543 from GUO on Vimeo.

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