The paper “Lean collaboration through video gestures: co-ordinating the production of live televised sport” has been selected by reviewers as one of 39 submissions to be considered for a best … Continue Reading →
The mobility web has finally taken the step into the blogosphere with todays release of a WordPress powered website.
Mattias Esbjörnsson, who has been working in the Studio since 2001, leaves for a position at Vinnova.
Vinnova has decided to fund the project: Den mobila sändningsbussen [more info in swedish]. The project will be conducted in collaboration with Bambuser.
The paper: “Lean collaboration through video gestures: co-ordinating the production of live televised sport” written by Mark Perry, Oskar Juhlin, Mattias Esbjörnsson and Arvid Engström has been accepted to CHI … Continue Reading →
Oskar Juhlin, Liselott Brunnberg and Kristina Höök are interviewed in Ingenjören [read more on page 28-29]. They discuss the next generation mobile phones, which is illustrated by a number of … Continue Reading →
Matthew Chalmers and Oskar Juhlin have written the book section New uses for mobile pervasive games – Lessons learned for CSCW systems to support collaboration in vast work sites, which … Continue Reading →
Oskar Juhlin is interviewed in Swedish Public Service radio, and their program “Ting” on the future of mobile phones. [Listen] to the interview
Oskar Juhlin comments on the future of mobile phones in PC för alla, June 2008. [Read] the article.
Freddie Karlbom, studying at the Department of Media Technology at KTH, joins the mobility studio to do his masters project. He will be working within the more video! Project on … Continue Reading →