Posts Tagged: human computer interaction

Robot Empathy


As algorithmic intelligence grows in power and scope it intervenes more and more into daily life. In order for machine – or robot – intelligence to do anything useful it needs access to enough data to reach a reasonably accurate conclusion about

Robot Empathy


As algorithmic intelligence grows in power and scope it intervenes more and more into daily life. In order for machine – or robot – intelligence to do anything useful it needs access to enough data to reach a reasonably accurate conclusion about

Romulus


A design task came my way last week for software start-up Romulus who have designed a sales management software tool. Their main business is flexible printed hospital screens but they have found that their network is interested in how to

Romulus


A design task came my way last week for software start-up Romulus who have designed a sales management software tool. Their main business is flexible printed hospital screens but they have found that their network is interested in how to

Password Politics


Why do new social behaviours emerge? I’ve been observing a form of behaviour that occurs when you enter your password online in front of someone you don’t know very well. I have found that most people find it necessary to

Password Politics


Why do new social behaviours emerge? I’ve been observing a form of behaviour that occurs when you enter your password online in front of someone you don’t know very well. I have found that most people find it necessary to

BodyTrack/Fluxtream


    Just finished working on this application. BodyTrack is a CREATE Lab project from Carnegie Mellon University run by the brilliant Anne Wright and Fluxtream a start up run by Candide Kemmler. Both applications attempt to aggregate personal measurement

BodyTrack/Fluxtream


    Just finished working on this application. BodyTrack is a CREATE Lab project from Carnegie Mellon University run by the brilliant Anne Wright and Fluxtream a start up run by Candide Kemmler. Both applications attempt to aggregate personal measurement

Inuit Genealogy


Currently working on a research project related to Canadian and Greenland Inuit with R0gMedia in Berlin. The diagram above is a genealogical diagram made in the mid 1950s by anthropologist Jean Malaurie, the first of its kind. It’s a hand

Inuit Genealogy


Currently working on a research project related to Canadian and Greenland Inuit with R0gMedia in Berlin. The diagram above is a genealogical diagram made in the mid 1950s by anthropologist Jean Malaurie, the first of its kind. It’s a hand

News magnifier


I’ve been working on a project related to online news. The problem we’re trying to address is that while the daily printed paper embodies recency (each new edition carries the latest news), online news hides the mechanism of change within

News magnifier


I’ve been working on a project related to online news. The problem we’re trying to address is that while the daily printed paper embodies recency (each new edition carries the latest news), online news hides the mechanism of change within

British Library


This is a collaborative research project for the British Library in London. The library wanted to find a way to connect readers in real time, allow them to share research interests and get together to discuss common interests. Our proposal

British Library


This is a collaborative research project for the British Library in London. The library wanted to find a way to connect readers in real time, allow them to share research interests and get together to discuss common interests. Our proposal

How does technology mediate understanding?


The problem of how new technology integrates into everyday life and creates new behaviour is a constantly evolving topic. My research applies existing critical perspective to a field of human activity not well covered by current thinking; self-measurement, sleep and

How does technology mediate understanding?


The problem of how new technology integrates into everyday life and creates new behaviour is a constantly evolving topic. My research applies existing critical perspective to a field of human activity not well covered by current thinking; self-measurement, sleep and