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Daniel Rubinstein, Katrina Sluis
2008 Photographies  
Cohen goes on to explain that Ed's desire is to ''augment his body with the means to generate photographs as he lives; remove duration from the process of taking a photograph; remove the need to reach  ...  practice of tagging one's photos acts as a strategy for preventing them from disappearing from view.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17540760701785842 fatcat:ufdqtrhqzzacpdgxnchl5ntjzy

How a diverse research ecosystem has generated new rehabilitation technologies: Review of NIDILRR's Rehabilitation Engineering Research Centers

David J. Reinkensmeyer, Sarah Blackstone, Cathy Bodine, John Brabyn, David Brienza, Kevin Caves, Frank DeRuyter, Edmund Durfee, Stefania Fatone, Geoff Fernie, Steven Gard, Patricia Karg (+24 others)
2017 Journal of NeuroEngineering and Rehabilitation  
Augmentative and alternative communication Need and rationale "There is no typical person who uses AAC.  ...  It developed a wireless system which interfaced with public captioning systems to provide captions for recorded and live events on a user's mobile device.  ...  Availability of data and materials Data sharing not applicable to this article as no datasets were generated or analysed during the current study Authors' contributions DJR and TC conceived the idea for  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12984-017-0321-3 pmid:29110728 pmcid:PMC5674748 fatcat:7ocbf6dsvjc6tn7uko75gg5w2u

Processpatching, Defining New Methods in aRtD

Anne Nigten
2009 Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology  
spectacles with a built-in miniature camera / display during the seminar.  ...  The search is for hidden correlates of features and captions. In a broad class of images and the enormity of the task to define a reliable detection algorithm for each of them.  ...  Net and the World Wide Web.  ... 
doi:10.1162/leon.2009.42.5.478 fatcat:kjfy6uktcfaabamfkrovvyczbe

"No Country for E-Lit?" – India and Electronic Literature

Souvik Mukherjee
2017 Hyperrhiz  
In their article, "Basic Concepts in Wearable Computers and Augmented Reality", Barfield and Caudell project that in the future "[the networked] computers [on our body] will monitor our physiological state  ...  One example of this is the personal photo archive created by Mira Chaudhuri . Both she and her sister Indira Dey learnt photography with a Brownie camera from their father D.N.  ...  .. entirely from his own original mental conception, to which he gave visible form by posing the said Oscar Wilde in front of the camera, selecting and arranging the costume, draperies, and other various  ... 
doi:10.20415/hyp/016.e08 fatcat:ik7x2ivbxjdljoxfh4pyk3vt3y

We Have Always Been . . . Cyborgs

Terry Dartnall
2004 Meta Science  
This book is an exploration and popularisation of 'active externalism' or the 'extended mind' hypothesis  ...  Images of technology show that the transparency and opacity, affordance and frustration associated with a specific technology come from unstable and fluctuating surges of social, cultural, political, personal  ...  formulae from symbolic to iconic images.  ... 
doi:10.1023/b:mesc.0000040914.15295.0e fatcat:lwsp7z2exjhgddmjck2mdijlya

Social media and news media: Building new publics or fragmenting audiences? [chapter]

Kathryn Bowd
2016 Making Publics, Making Places  
The significance of connectedness We take up the above concerns and explore them in relation to three properties of connectedness which have emerged from our study.  ...  The authors would like to thank the research participants for their enthusiasm, time and support. Participant permission has been granted for the use of images in this publication.  ...  stereotypical images of the city to inhabit a Thirdspace as a more personal, intimate conception of Beijing: a lived public space.  ... 
doi:10.20851/publics-08 fatcat:rahwycul35e6rdw75j2nn4taie

Stability, Transition, and Regime Approval in Post-Fidel Cuba

2012 Political science quarterly  
divisions; the school administrators and stakeholders of the Integrated Schools in Ilocos Norte and Laoag City, for their hospitality and for sharing their precious time with the researchers during the  ...  Acknowledgements The course was made possible through funding and support from Ryerson University's Office of the Provost, the Transmedia Zone, the Digital Media Zone, the Zone Learning initiative, and  ...  The third image is of Teng with a big smile on his face, holding up a medal and a certificate, with the caption "winning first prize at the iENA exhibition."  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1538-165x.2012.tb00721.x fatcat:lr25vmkb2zf2tm2bcb4264u5ta

Fan studies pedagogies

Paul Booth, Regina Yung Lee
2021 Transformative Works and Cultures  
Editorial to "Fan Studies Pedagogies," edited by Paul Booth and Regina Yung Lee, special issue, Transformative Works and Cultures, no. 35 (March 15, 2021).  ...  This configuration may constitute the general image of stardom or of a particular star.  ...  widely.  ... 
doi:10.3983/twc.2021.2131 fatcat:bxow5ph4d5f5pdm7uxyhbwxrw4

Obstacles to wearable computing

Helen Oliver, Apollo-University Of Cambridge Repository, Jonathon Crowcroft, Richard Mortier
I recruited participants from the general public and gave them a five-point prompt to create a design fiction (DF), which inspired the user-centred design of an everyday connected wearable device.  ...  By listening to their stories, we can elicit design concepts directly from the users, to help us create wearable IoT devices that put the wearer at the centre of the design process, and are satisfying  ...  Maria Wolters of the Design Informatics Programme at the University of Edinburgh for her enthusiastic connection with my ideas and for hosting the pilot workshops. Dr.  ... 
doi:10.17863/cam.78712 fatcat:ckzmccr4afh4npwrwnummx6pzm

A New Concept for Mobile Environmental Education

Markus Ruchter
EIS in general comprise a wide spectrum of different information systems [281] .  ...  by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) [103] and also as a standard for generation of maps in conjunction with the OpenGIS standardization process [71] .  ...  Appendix B Requirements and Concepts B.1 Front-end evaluation Front-end evaluations are frequently performed using direct and qualitative methods.  ... 
doi:10.5445/ksp/1000007176 fatcat:pf2muwlmtnbopiupaw5ek52p2u

A tangibility approach to affective interaction [article]

SAG Stephan Wensveen, J Aasman, CJ Kees Overbeeke
From the ideas four concepts were distilled which are described and illustrated in the paragraph 4.2.2 'concept generation'.  ...  The trail from a snow boarder reflects the dynamics and expression with which she carved down the mountain (figure 6.17).  ...  Augmented feedback refers to information not coming from the action itself (which is inherent feedback), but from an additional source.  ... 
doi:10.6100/ir807967 fatcat:4fhy64mqbzebtit3mpnhxumtnm

Tangible Interaction in Museums and Cultural Heritage Sites: Towards a Conceptual and Design Framework

Daniele Duranti
It refers to a new way of interacting with computer systems that is more similar to the way one commonly interacts with the real world: instead of using generic devices like the mouse or the keyboard,  ...  This situation might generate issues such as ambiguity and misunderstanding between the different professionals involved in projects, it might slow down innovation in the field, and last but not least,  ...  This kind of technology was used in Amsterdam to augment an "oscillum", a decorative object used in Roman houses.  ... 
doi:10.6092/imtlucca/e-theses/232 fatcat:fcl5hmoclffmrjy2v5dyjskcui

ICCHP-AAATE 2022 Open Access Compendium "Assistive Technology, Accessibility and (e)Inclusion" Part I [article]

Andrea Petz, Evert-Jan Hoogerwerf, Katerina Mavrou
+43 664 60 2468 866 Aim and scope: To communicate and complete knowledge on ICT, AT and Accessibility for/with people with disabilities and older adults and connect research in these domains with the necessary  ...  practical background and user related aspects.  ...  I would like to thank the students and colleagues that participated to develop the described robots as well as all the therapists and persons with disabilities that contributed to their design and testing  ... 
doi:10.35011/icchp-aaate22-p1 fatcat:wffktbby4ngknbjx2mfnzfwuum

Tools for wools : Learning from and designing for urban knitters

Janis Lena Meissner, Geraldine Fitzpatrick
Computing has become ubiquitous and enters more and more areas which previously have been separated from the digital world.  ...  the construction of a digitally augmented installation.  ...  Interestingly enough, all of our participants decided to use a similar strategy: They stayed with the classical static media formats (texts and images) by which they were seeking to communicate on a personal  ... 
doi:10.34726/hss.2015.25641 fatcat:u7vcpzq7kre6hjbkrti47oq4de

Performing Periods: Challenging Menstrual Normativity through Art Practice

B Hughes
experience, essentialist conceptions of gender, and the intersection of medical knowledge with everyday life.  ...  This practice-led research explores the visual culture of menstruation from an interdisciplinary perspective rooted in art practice and autoethnographic reflection.  ...  She is naked from the waist up and facing away from the camera.  ... 
doi:10.24377/ljmu.t.00013709 fatcat:pbbvksoqbzd4ta5bvclprumjyy
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