Evoke curiosity

Curiosity in 3D

In the early 1950s, D. E. Berlyne was one of the first researchers to propose a categorization of different types of curiosity: He identified two dimensions of curiosity: one extending between perceptual and epistemic curiosity; the other spanning specific and diversive curiosity

Could there be an added third dimension to this image? What kind of form would curiosity take if it was a tangible object…

 

Image from http://johnnyholland.org/2009/08/curiosity-and-interaction-design/

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