Liselott Brunnberg has been invited to present the research on Backseat Playgrounds at the Institute for Scientific Interchange Foundation, and the Complex Systems Lagrange LAB, the 9th to 11th of … Continue Reading →
Liselott Brunnberg has returned to the Studio after a 3 months Mobile Life intership at TeliaSonera. Arvid Engström has also returned to the Studio after a 4 months intership at … Continue Reading →
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