The article seeks to expound on the central role the physical bodies of human play in experiencing human shaping with the confines of interaction and understanding of the world. The article proposes the developed with the aid of several theories from philosophy, psychology, and sociology drawing line human being interaction design. The body of a human being is considered as the ultimate vessel of the knowledge externally in all dimensions that the world in attendance to our body (Takayama et al., 2006). The physical attribute of our body plays a primary role in shaping the superficial understanding of a person. The article explored the five primary themes that are key in the design structure and evaluation of the interaction mechanism.
The first theme explores the intellectual discourse of mind, and action is profoundly rooted integration of reasoning and learning. The action and the reason discussed represents the thought process and the body, respectively that are primary in logic. The first theme expounds on action through doing that should be embraced in the existing culture of any human being. The cognitive development that occurs during childhood is mainly constituted via direct physical interaction. Nevertheless, the physical action is primary in cognitive even past childhood.
The claim elucidates the strong connection in the thinking and doing wrapped in several education theories and scientific support from the cognitive gesture. The second central claim illustrated the excellent performance in terms of actions that our bodies are capable of doing—the instances where physical activity is more profound than the cognitive aspect. The locomotive aspect is directly linked with the increase in the cognitive, especially in an infant, it is a key factor (Takayama et al., 2006). The cognitive sphere requires a strong co-relation of mental and physical actions. The two claims discussed focused on the individual co-operation
The third claim elucidates the risk that the physical tributes expose one to and how they can shape human interaction. The gesture of a person is primary specifically to young children in linguistic development. Cognition and communication are directly related. Physical mobility through several studies has been linked to increased creativity in the disclosure of information. The final major claim focused on the interaction through the affirmative action in regards to the thickness of the practice. The ecological niche forms a key component of cognitive works.
In conclusion, the five major claims support the key role that our physical body attributes play in shaping human interaction through then intellectual discourse. The physical artifacts that we interact within our day to day lives can go beyond the individual aspect. The physical confines are embodied in the designs of interactive systems and mechanisms. The technological transformation has shaped and homogenized physical work performance. The communication culture has always changed throughout the years.
Klemmer, S. R., Hartmann, B., & Takayama, L. (2006). How bodies matter: five themes for interaction design. In Proceedings of the 6th conference on Designing Interactive systems (pp. 140-149).