Mattias Esbjörnsson is interviewed in the August issue of S:t EriksNytt. The article covers the More Video! project in Ärvingeskolan [link].
The paper The Interactive Road – Mobile technology to increase social interaction in traffic, written by Oskar Juhlin will appear in Innovation, Published by National University of Singapore and World Scientific … Continue Reading →
The Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research has decided to fund a two year guest research visit by Associate Professor Barry Brown at the Mobility studio Interactive Institute and the Mobile Life Centre. … Continue Reading →
The paper Laying waste together: the shared creation and disposal of refuse in a social context, written by Mark Perry, Oskar Juhlin and Daniel Normark has been accepted to Journal … Continue Reading →
The paper Producing Collaborative Video: Developing an Interactive User Experience for Mobile TV, written by Mattias Esbjörnsson, Arvid Engström, Oskar Juhlin and Mark Perry has been accepted to uxtv’08.
The paper Hunting for Fun: Solitude and Attentiveness in Collaboration, written by Oskar Juhlin and Alexandra Weilenmann has been accepted to CSCW’08.
The 2nd video workshop was hosted by the mobility studio, during 24th – 27th of August. A wide variety of empirical video data was presented by the participants (Barry Brown, … Continue Reading →
The SwarmCam, developed in the More Video! project, was presented at MobileHCI 2008. The movieclip from the presentation can be downloaded from here (100 MB).
NyTeknik, Sweden’s largest technology and IT newspaper, writes about the commercial possibilities for Backseat Playground [link] (in Swedish only).
Liselott Brunnberg successfully defended her thesis on Thursday. The thesis can be found at this page.