Live audience interaction with personal computing devices can significantly enhance events, workshops, lectures and artistic performances. Computer support can make events more engaging, productive and facilitate efficiently social network and learning.
This book presents LAIX-score, which is generic, practical and versatile control approach for all kinds of live audience interaction situations and proposes tool for live situations similar to audio mixing consoles or live light controllers.
Kai Kuikkaniemi's study presents the core elements of the LAIX-score framework in detail and explains how the framework can be implemented as a functional computer system for live audience interaction. The book explains the LAIX-score through four live audience interaction case studies and presents insights of over seven years of multidisciplinary and practice-led research on computer supported live audience interactions.