On the Art Science of Film and Interaction Design

Yun Guan (University of the Arts London)

Article ID: 1971

DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/ret.v3i3.1971


As one of the most important contemporary art forms, film is a medium to present stories with multi-dimensional stimulation. It seems that movies and interaction design are two unrelated majors, but in fact there are many contents and forms of existence in movies which take interaction design as the design method. In other words, movies and interaction design actually have a lot in common. This paper will analyze and find the interweaving points from the perspective of interaction design and film respectively. Also through some specific interaction or film cases to further explain the relationship between the two.


Art Science; Film; Interaction design

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