Feedback on the web's new geolocation API, which can provide real-time data about your location, potentially revealing personal details and making you physically vulnerable.
The project, created by first-year master's students Dhawal Mujumdar, George Hayes, and Thomas Schluchter in the I School's Tangible User Interfaces course in Fall 2009, will be a candidate in the conference's Student Research Competition.
Projects explore next-generation teaching and learning and propose an innovative "smart paper" map for developing regions.
Emlo (photo: Sean Carey)
Student designers take advantage of the physical and peripheral senses, beyond desktop, keyboard, mouse, and screen.
Rural farmers, such as these in Jimma, Ethiopia, could benefit from students' proposals (photo: Sarah Van Wart)
Plans deal with unreliable water systems, improved geospatial data, distribution of indigenous folk music, and agricultural export markets.
The Pleo robotic dinosaur was programmed to respond to children’s drawings as well as to their touch.
Project developed a mixed physical and digital authoring environment for children playing with the robotic Pleo dinosaur
Elizabeth Goodman <br />(Photo: David Erwin)
Goodman's research combines human-computer interaction (HCI) with geography, investigating the design of ubiquitous computing systems for everyday urban places.