Next week in Cambridge there is going to be Human-Computer interaction conference at Cambridge University in which our BrickBox team is going to be attending and demo-ing at.
We will be demonstrating our project along with many others at the Open House on Wednesday 2nd September.
Some of the workshops (that we may be able to drop in on) involve the most up to date research in computing technology.
TüISt (transformable über interface for stardom)
Rui Pedro Goncalves Pereira
Visible Imagination: projected play
David J. Chatting, Jon S. Sutton
A Conversational Model to Display User Activity
Tina Deiml-Seibt, Larissa Pschetz, Boris Mller
University of Applied Sciences Potsdam
Paper-based Mixed Reality Sketch Augmentation as a Conceptual Design Support Tool
G.J.D. dos Santos, E.M.A.G. van Dijk, D.M. Vyas
University of Twente
Hospital User Research using New Media Arts
Cecily Morrison, Alan F. Blackwell
University of Cambridge
When `one fits all’ does not fit – study of visualization types for mobile help systems
Kathrin Jepsen, Gregor Glass, Roman Englert
Deutsche Telekom Laboratories
From the Gaming Experience to the Wider User Experience
Eduardo H. Calvillo Gámez, Paul Cairns, Anna L. Cox
Universidad Politécnica de San Luis Potosi, UCL Interaction Centre & University of York
What makes a good game? Using reviews to inform design
Matthew Bond, Russell Beale
University of Birmingham
We hope that we can have a look at these during the afternoon session before we have to set up our project!