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Individual assignment 2

I am impressed by the amount of work Esensorics did for their project. I really like that everything is working and I can test the prototype myself. 174 more words


Forms of play in the Everest Region.

Following the official formalities in Kathmandu, we drove to the airport and flew to Lulka (2800 m) then trekked to Phakding (2640 m). It was my first experience of regional Nepal. 304 more words

Evaluating HCI and digital media technology while trekking at high altitude.

Field testing media and HCI technologies during a trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp 

We field-tested a range of devices to examine the usability of commonly available technologies for supporting high altitude adventure activities. 578 more words

New paper: Footprints in the sky - using student track logs in Google Earth to enhance learning

In 2011-2012, together with Richard Treves, I was awarded a Google Faculty Research Award, and we were lucky to work with Paolo Battino for about a year, exploring how to use Google Earth tours for educational aims. 205 more words


Hello world!

This is a first post to greet you all and to fill the blog space until I figure out the WordPress settings, get the right feel, and actually start producing stuff. 290 more words

Board Games

Fail Better: Lessons Learned from a Formative Evaluation of Social Object Labels

This paper presents Social Object Labels as an in-gallery commenting platform and reports on a formative evaluation of the concept focusing on visitors’ awareness and mental models of the developed prototype. 125 more words


A Unified Message for Prom and Graduation Parties

Prom and graduation is often associated with peer pressure to drink alcohol, do drugs, drive dangerously, and have sex. However, parents can play a major role in their children’s choices about alcohol, tobacco or other drugs. 214 more words