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ASTRONOMIC TECHNICS (Wednesday)

Our afternoon, in my experience, was about MAKING REAL OF SENSING TECHNOLOGY. I was aware of the extent of preparation undertaken by each maker. Each one intently busy, doing, setting up, and I felt touched by this. We gathered around

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ASTRONOMIC TECHNICS (Wednesday)

Our afternoon, in my experience, was about MAKING REAL OF SENSING TECHNOLOGY. I was aware of the extent of preparation undertaken by each maker. Each one intently busy, doing, setting up, and I felt touched by this. We gathered around

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The hipDisk wearable interface

Danielle Wilde has devised this simple, yet fabulous wearable interface, the hipDisk. I met Danielle at OZCHI2008 in Cairns. The hipDisk consists of two disks that you wear above and below your waist. An array of soft switches is positioned

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The hipDisk wearable interface

Danielle Wilde has devised this simple, yet fabulous wearable interface, the hipDisk. I met Danielle at OZCHI2008 in Cairns. The hipDisk consists of two disks that you wear above and below your waist. An array of soft switches is positioned

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Some more work with Wii’s

I’ve been doing some homework with Somaya on working with Nintendo Wii controllers – lots of great inspiration on the web. This video from Tom Tlalim and Paola Tognazzi shows a nice wearable design that uses clip on (or velco)

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Some more work with Wii’s

I’ve been doing some homework with Somaya on working with Nintendo Wii controllers – lots of great inspiration on the web. This video from Tom Tlalim and Paola Tognazzi shows a nice wearable design that uses clip on (or velco)

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CRUMB discussion

George and I are currently invited respondents to an online discussion on curating art that “responds to bodily inputs” on the CRUMB list. There’s lots of interesting discussion on there that relates to Thinking Through the Body. I haven’t posted

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CRUMB discussion

George and I are currently invited respondents to an online discussion on curating art that “responds to bodily inputs” on the CRUMB list. There’s lots of interesting discussion on there that relates to Thinking Through the Body. I haven’t posted

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Wii Fit – examples

Was thinking about how I could use accelerometers and gyroscopes to track and respond to rhythmic body movements, which got me thinking about Feldenkrais pelvic clock excersises, and then Hula hoop work. Seemed like a realy obvious and fund thing

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Wii Fit – examples

Was thinking about how I could use accelerometers and gyroscopes to track and respond to rhythmic body movements, which got me thinking about Feldenkrais pelvic clock excersises, and then Hula hoop work. Seemed like a realy obvious and fund thing

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The journal of Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences

The journal of Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences Volume 4, number 4 has a very interesting collection of papers of relevance to this project  

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The journal of Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences

The journal of Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences Volume 4, number 4 has a very interesting collection of papers of relevance to this project  

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Biological Psychiatry

I thought this article by Edward S. Katkin of the Department of Psychology, State University of New York at Stony Brook, New York, is an interesting review of G. Ádám (1998). Visceral Perception: Understanding Internal Cognition. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 232. Edward

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Biological Psychiatry

I thought this article by Edward S. Katkin of the Department of Psychology, State University of New York at Stony Brook, New York, is an interesting review of G. Ádám (1998). Visceral Perception: Understanding Internal Cognition. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 232. Edward

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Electronic Art, Altered States, Catharsis and Care

Chanced on this clip after following up on some links about binaural beat frequencies and the use in the entrainment of brain wave rhythms. I really enjoyed looking at the faces of the people interacting with the work – the

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Electronic Art, Altered States, Catharsis and Care

Chanced on this clip after following up on some links about binaural beat frequencies and the use in the entrainment of brain wave rhythms. I really enjoyed looking at the faces of the people interacting with the work – the

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anxious

for the past four years i’ve been moving towards developing creative work (slowly heading towards research) around anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder (ptsd). basically on putting audiences in an environment that heightens their awareness – perhaps making them anxious.

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anxious

for the past four years i’ve been moving towards developing creative work (slowly heading towards research) around anxiety and post traumatic stress disorder (ptsd). basically on putting audiences in an environment that heightens their awareness – perhaps making them anxious.

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Ramachandran Phantom Limb Mirror Box demonstrations

Video demonstrations and discussions by Andrew T. Austin I would like to explore some of these principals at the next workhop, coming up in January. This research goes to the heart of my inspiration for TTTB, at least in so

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Ramachandran Phantom Limb Mirror Box demonstrations

Video demonstrations and discussions by Andrew T. Austin I would like to explore some of these principals at the next workhop, coming up in January. This research goes to the heart of my inspiration for TTTB, at least in so

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The Meaning of The Body

A couple of weeks ago I obtained a copy of a new book by Mark Johnson, called The Meaning of The Body. Its a great read, and has really helped me to understand more concretely, many of the issues we

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The Meaning of The Body

A couple of weeks ago I obtained a copy of a new book by Mark Johnson, called The Meaning of The Body. Its a great read, and has really helped me to understand more concretely, many of the issues we

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A day in (the) life of…..

Hi all Long time between drinks The trip away was fabulous- a clearing of the air inside and out. There’s one particular day of my travels that stands alone. A day I’d like to tell you about – the day

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A day in (the) life of…..

Hi all Long time between drinks The trip away was fabulous- a clearing of the air inside and out. There’s one particular day of my travels that stands alone. A day I’d like to tell you about – the day

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