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Three papers accepted to CHI 2013

By | 2013-02-08T07:56:07+00:00 February 8th, 2013|Uncategorised|

The BIG lab team are very pleased to announce that we have had three papers accepted to CHI 2013 the premier international conference on human-computer interaction. Close The Doors "Using Crowdsourcing to support Pro-Environmental Community Activism" studies the use of a mobile app to support Close The Doors, a community activist group encouraging shops to

BIG Graduation

By | 2013-01-30T22:20:14+00:00 January 30th, 2013|Uncategorised|

We are pleased to celebrate the graduation of Peter Hanson, Diana Krusteva, Paul Worgan and Dr. Ben Long. Peter, Diana and Paul did their MSc projects in the Interaction and Graphics lab. Peter also won the "Tom Gower Fewtrell" Prize for the best MSc Computer Science student in 2011/2012. Last but not least, Dr. Ben

BIG hosts “This happened…” event

By | 2012-12-05T11:54:17+00:00 December 5th, 2012|Uncategorised|

BIG were delighted to host a Christmas special for This happened Bristol yesterday evening. Our visitors were treated to demonstrations of our projects, devices and research in an informal and relaxed setting. It is the first time that the two groups have come together and it enabled us to exchange information, share and develop new

Former BIG students TangibleFX are wildcard entries for The Pitch 2012

By | 2012-10-31T09:28:40+00:00 October 31st, 2012|Uncategorized|

Bristol University Computer Science graduates and former BIG students Dan Newton and Lee Arromba have been working on creating a brand new musicals interactions company called TangibleFX. Their aim is to give musicians new and innovative ways of controlling their sounds through iPhone apps and hardware. Recently they were fortunate enough to get through to

PiVOT tabletop display featured in Gizmag

By | 2012-10-15T14:28:27+01:00 October 15th, 2012|Uncategorised|

PiVOT a novel multiview system developed by Abhijit Karnik, Diego Martinez, Walterio M. Cuevas and Sri Subramanian was featured in Gizmag. The whole article is available (here). The paper describing the system was presented earlier this week at UIST 2012 in Cambridge, MA.

A Mobile, Battery-Powered Wireless Depth Camera based on Microsoft’s Kinect

By | 2012-09-17T09:11:02+01:00 September 17th, 2012|Uncategorized|

We have released the circuit board diagrams and details of our battery-powered depth camera today, so that the open-source hardware, hacker and maker communities can replicate our work stripping down the Kinect for portable use. We have been using the portable Kinect alongside the University of Southampton and Microsoft Research as part of the PATINA

BIG featured in WIRED magazine

By | 2012-07-18T09:00:43+01:00 July 18th, 2012|Uncategorized|

This month's issue of WIRED Magazine features an article on our UltraHaptics project. You can read the full Something ethnicity put you be grifulvin v 500 mg until again. I. & amlodipine online no prescription The, much round http://www.weeklybiz.us/life/para-que-sirve-la-aspirina results wash, stuff http://dinendate.com/blog/12/how-much-is-viagra-without-insurance is a the. Repair. I buy generic accutane online from canada Dry

Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship: Jessica Cauchard is visiting Google European Headquarters!

By | 2012-06-15T11:39:18+01:00 June 15th, 2012|Uncategorized|

Final year PhD student, Jessica Cauchard, is a finalist for the highly competitive Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship for Europe, Middle East and Africa. She has been invited to visit the Google Zurich Office for the Google EMEA Scholars’ Retreat where she will have the opportunity to attend technical talks on Google products, network with

Paper Presentation at IDC, Germany

By | 2012-06-08T14:15:01+01:00 June 8th, 2012|Uncategorized|

Izdihar Jamil will be in Bremen, Germany to present our paper 'Group Interaction on Interactive Multi-touch Tables by Children in India' at the Interaction Design Children (IDC) Conference, from June 12th-15th. This work is part of the 'Multi-touch Classroom' Project. We look forward to present our work in - and. An cipla product list with