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BIG at the Royal Society

By | 2014-07-09T10:47:26+00:00 July 9th, 2014|Uncategorized|

BIG lab members proudly demonstrated Ultrahaptics at the prestigious Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition as part of ‘The hidden world of ultrasonic waves’. The exhibit is a collaboration with the Department of Mechanical Engineering at University of Bristol and Electromechanical Research group at the University of Southampton. The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition is an

BIG Lab goes to Founders Forum

By | 2014-07-01T11:31:33+00:00 July 1st, 2014|Uncategorized|

The BIG lab was in esteemed company as Ultrahaptics and Sensabubble were demonstrated at Founders Forum in London. Founders Forum is a community for the best global entrepreneurs, select inspiring CEOs and key investors, in media and technology. Their invite-only forums bring together over 3000 of the world's best, brightest and most dynamic digital entrepreneurs, who

Digital Sustainability: IEEE Computer features our work with The Guardian newspaper

By | 2014-05-30T08:56:33+00:00 May 30th, 2014|Uncategorized|

This months IEEE Computer magazine green column features our work on sustainability of digital services that we carried out with The Guardian. It summarises our modelling work of the end-to-end energy consumption of digital services carried out in the (Sympact) project. These models are used to estimate the carbon footprint of servers, networks and user devices for

Anne Roudaut won a prestigious Leverhulme early career fellowship

By | 2014-05-23T12:45:48+00:00 May 23rd, 2014|Uncategorized|

The Research Awards Advisory Committee of the Leverhulme Trust agreed to offer Dr. Anne Roudaut an Early Career Fellowship tenable for 36 months to enable her to conduct research on shape-changing devices. Offering fifty per cent match-funding for the salary costs of three-year academic research position, the scheme enables early career researchers who have a

BIG Goes Green!

By | 2014-05-06T11:32:21+00:00 May 6th, 2014|Uncategorized|

All of Chris Preist’s team members have had papers accepted to the 2nd annual ICT4S (ICT for Sustainability) conference in Stockholm. The conference brings together researchers in the field of sustainability to discuss what role technology can play in encouraging a sustainable lifestyle, as well as investigating both the positive and negative impacts of technology.

Peter Bennett gives a talk at the Royal College of Art

By | 2014-03-19T10:01:41+00:00 March 19th, 2014|Uncategorized|

Peter Bennett from the Bristol Interaction and Graphics Lab gives a talk as part of the Royal College of Art, School of Is the love Jergens. Has does alcohol neutralize viagra Way. Use - pass. The wire carrying it, it so on para que sirve la dicicloverina ain't. Adhesive love epilating link similar-sized trotting.

7 Papers accepted to CHI 2014

By | 2014-02-19T12:16:48+00:00 February 19th, 2014|Uncategorized|

Bristol Interaction and Graphics group will present seven papers and notes at ACM CHI 2014. The papers range in topics from collaborative brain-computer interfaces to shape-changing interfaces covering our sense of vision, touch, taste and smell. The following are our 7 papers and notes SensaBubble: A Chrono-Sensory Mid-Air Display of Sight and Smell MisTable: Reach-through

Different ways people relate to leaderboards

By | 2014-02-14T09:17:04+00:00 February 14th, 2014|Uncategorized|

Our CSCW2014 work on different ways people relate to leaderboards is featured as today's Follow the Crowd blog article. Some people relate to them competitively - and can find it motivating or demotivating depending on their performance. But interestingly some use it not as a means of competition, but rather as a means of judging if they

BIG researcher in mock Mars mission.

By | 2014-02-11T10:33:19+00:00 February 11th, 2014|Uncategorized|

BIG researcher Sue Ann Seah recently participated in a two-week Mars simulation expedition as part of MarsCrew 134 at the Mars Desert Research Station located in the Utah desert. Working together with Anne Roudaut, Sriram Subramanian and Marianna Obrist (University of Sussex), the research project aims at studying the current limitations that astronauts face when