From the #mediaX2015 Conference “Writing the Code for Personal Relevance”; Larry Leifer, Professor of Mechanical Engineering Design, Founding Director, Center for Design Research (CDR) at Stanford University, dives into “Hu-mimesis” a new class of media design requirements discovered at the Stanford Center for Design Research. The findings stem from research in their new-product design development simulator and studies of the autonomous-car / driver relationship. Leifer shares a live-action white-board enactment of the hu-mimetic framework for Human-Robot-Relationship design.
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