Throughout this reading it was justifying what defined interactivity. There was many different opinions on what defined this. Many of the different theorists touched barely on what they considered to be interactive. The writer aclaims that once you have mastered the trick of being fully interactive for instance the idea of understanding pacman and how to avoid the ghosts, once you’ve figured that out it no longer is considered interactive. The questions that I had managed to come with were as follows:
Must you feel rewarded for interacting with something? Is getting positive feedback just a bonus of the interaction process?
To what degree must interaction be in order to be considered interactive?