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Asta Roseway

Asta Roseway
PRINCIPAL RESEARCH DESIGNER
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Asta Roseway is a Research Designer, at Microsoft Research, whose work focuses around Human Computing Interaction (HCI), Affective Computing, and wearable technologies. Roseway’s highly regarded ‘Printing Dress’ (ISWC 2011 Expo winner), is a combination of fashion and technology designed to provoke questions around wearable displays, privacy, and social impact. She continues to explore these questions but more specifically focuses on experiences within the health and wellness sector. Asta is one of the co-founders of studio99, a Microsoft Research effort designed to bring Art and Technology practices closer together.

She is a Parsons School of Design alumni.

 

Publications

    2014

    2013

    2012

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    Selected Press
    Jason Salavon Selected for Microsoft Residency Jason Salavon Selected for Microsoft Residency
    Jason Salavon has been selected for Mircosoft’s Artist-in-Residency Program from August through March 2015. The residency will primarily take place in Microsoft Research's gallery space called Studio 99.
    Mark Moore Gallery Blog
    Feeling Mad? New Devices Can Sense Your Mood and Tell — or Even Text — Others Feeling Mad? New Devices Can Sense Your Mood and Tell — or Even Text — Others
    Work on affective computing at Microsoft Research is exploring how wearable devices can help monitor stress in people's lives.
    Daily Herald
    Studio 99 Melds Art and Science Studio 99 Melds Art and Science
    For decades, there have been artist-in-residency programs within scientific and academic communities. An exhibit in Redmond, Wash., presents the results of Microsoft Research’s collaborations with its first artist-in-residence, James George.
    Learn How Microsoft Researchers Are Using Wearable Technology to Read Your Moods Learn How Microsoft Researchers Are Using Wearable Technology to Read Your Moods
    Mary Czerwinski and Asta Roseway of Microsoft Research are investigating “affective computing,” systems that try to identify your current mood and react accordingly.
    Inside Microsoft Research
    Social Search Social Builds Bridges Social Search Social Builds Bridges
    With a pair of conferences occurring in the Seattle region in consecutive weeks, Microsoft Research Connections took the weekend between them to host a social for attendees to network, to exchange views, and to nurture research collaborations.
    Video: Wearable Technology in the Microsoft CES booth: Pt1 Video: Wearable Technology in the Microsoft CES booth: Pt1
    The Printing Dress from Microsoft Research made its public debut during CES 2012.
    Next at Microsoft

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