Implicit Space uses virtual reality(VR) to explore private augmented reality(AR) interactions in public. This project presents examples of AR content that meets social etiquette and uses body movements to categorize and visualize how other people recognize our space usage in public. This set of design guidelines builds courteous communication between individuals and helps avoid space conflict.
Eli Hong is a maker and designer, who prototypes virtual and augmented reality. With a focus on individual and public spatiality, he builds interaction systems via programming, video narrative, and immersive experiences. With a background in urban design and planning, he uses design to make communication and emerging technology more courteous and respectful.