Monthly Archives: October 2013

ITS2013 & UIST2013

At this years Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces Conference I’ll be presenting two papers on behalf of our group at the Collaboration meets Interactive Surfaces Workshop: Library Collection Shoals for Multi-touch Tables Using Mid-Air Gestures To Enhance Collaborative Experiences for Disabled Users On Multi-touch Tables These are based on work developed for the new Library of

Category: Events

Tomorrow by Elmgreen and Dragset

Recently opened at the V and A Museum, Elmgreen and Dragset’s Tomorrow is an unrealised film script set in a fake London Apartment. It tells the story of Norman Swann, an elderly failed architect who is on the verge of bankruptcy and having to sell his inherited Kensington apartment in order to survive. On arriving

Category: Work I like

The best time to start a blog was 20 years ago, the second best time is today

So this web-marlarky is here to stay then 😉 It’s been around 15 years since I turned my back on websites after being scarred using HTML and javascript.  Apparently, it’s all different now and I can’t escape it any longer.  It’s not that I haven’t written networked games, administered web-servers, created online java applets, used

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