New approaches in software engineering.
Is anyone interested in conducting surveys which study the use of public displays in physical spaces?
An example of cross cohort collaboration, this paper built upon work carried out in the MRes Regional Challenge, placing it in the wider context of food production and consumption. It was accepted into the Green Food Technologies workshop at Ubicomp 2013 in Zurich.
This is a paper that Christopher presented at the 2013 International Conference of Software Engineering a few months back. It presents interview analyses discussing what a studio is, from the various disciplines that the studio originated from.
Welcome to the new HighWire'ees at Brantwood!
John headed over to the states to demonstrate the Ubi Displays toolkit at Google CA!
Join us this week for a screening of the Mindfulness Movie.
In this interactivity we present Mind Pool, an exploratory Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) interactive artwork that provides real-time feedback of brain activity to those interacting with it. Brain activity is represented sonically and physically via a magnetically reactive liquid that sits in a pool in front of the participant. Mind Pool is designed to present this information ambiguously so as to encourage sustained interactions and self-reflection from participants through motivating them to relate the ambiguous feedback with their brain activity.
Participatory media arts projects using GPS tracking and mapping.
This week's edition of the breakfast club will feature a presentation by and conversation with Dr. Naomi Jacobs of the Creative Exchange (CX).
Speakers from LUMS present and debate the effects of pervasive technologies at the workplace and beyond
This paper was the output of a joint summer project, examining how human values might be elicited from a physical space prior to digital augmentation.
Description I - Literary Translation theory and Database composition
State-of-the-art of personal informatics, tentative evidence for a way forward and the main challenges in this area.
HighWire visited the Big Bang science fair to demonstrate a particle accelerator simulator for kids!
Turn the world around you into a computer with interactive projected displays!