Computer-Mediated Living encompasses four groups, each of which takes a cross-disciplinary approach to research which emphasises the role of the user in the design, development and evaluation of technology for everyday life.
|Interactive 3D Technologies |
Interactive 3D technologies combines research on 3D graphics, computer vision, machine learning, novel hardware, augmented reality and NUI.
|Socio-Digital Systems |
The Socio-Digital Systems group combines social science, technology, and design to investigate ways in which new technologies can support and enrich human values in everyday life.
|Sensors and Devices|
The Sensors and Devices group combines its expertise in electronics with an understanding of the broader systems and human issues to produce innovative hardware solutions.
Consultants, Support Staff and Visitors
|Jamie Costello||Phil Gosset||Rachel Jones|
|Gabriella Kazai||Mike Molloy||Kenton O'Hara|
“The network connections I made, the research I conducted and the overall internship experience were invaluable for moving forward in my career trajectory”
— Marshini Chetty, Intern 2009, Computer-Mediated Living Group
New issue of Socio-Digital Systems magazine!
"Things We've Learnt About..." is a regular publication from the Socio-Digital Systems team that summarises our work around a specific theme in a way that we hope is interesting, insightful and inspirational. And most importantly, succinct. Issue 2 is all about MEMORY. Download your copy today!
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