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Nick Davis publishes two papers at ACM Creativity & Cognition ’11

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ACME Lab member Nicholas Davis published two full papers at the recent Creativity & Cognition ’11 conference hosted by Georgia Tech. You can find these papers at the links below: Distributed Creative Cognition in Digital Filmmaking   Computing Harmony with PerLogicArt: Perceptual Logic Inspired Collaborative Art

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ClockReader and Mobile Music Touch featured in Research Horizons

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The ClockReader and Mobile Music Touch projects are featured in the Summer/Fall 2011 issue of Developing Innovative Medical Devices on the Research Horizons. Devices Designed to Detect and Diagnose Clinical Conditions .. page 9… Advancing the Detection of Neurological Conditions For another project, researchers are focusing on one of the penciland-paper tests neurologists administer to [...]


ACADIA 2011 Award for Innovative Research is presented to Ellen Do

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The 2011 ACADIA AWARD for INNOVATIVE RESEARCH is presented to: ELLEN DO Associate Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology This award recognizes innovative research that contributes to the field of digital design in architecture. The award distinguishes research with the potential to transform contemporary architecture. Ellen Yi-Luen Do has been creating design tools that incorporate user [...]


Nine papers presented at HCI International Conference

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Nine papers presented at HCI International 2011 conference in Orlando July 9-14. They are about the Clock Reader using pen-computing for health, DraWiing Art interaction, Haptic Communication study and design, mediRobbi companion for children visiting doctors, Dinner Party sociable agents, CogStime game for cognition, Helping Hands for the visually impaired, Mobile Health to promote employee [...]


Halley Profita’s project won Second Place in ISWC Design Competition

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The project, “Talk to the Hand” by Halley Profita and Scott Gilliland was awarded 2nd Overall, and 2nd Concept in the ISWC (International Symposium on Wearable Computers) Design Competition, June 12-15, in San Francisco. Co-located with Pervasive conference.


Hyungsin Kim received First Prize at CHI 2011 Student Research Competition

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Hyungsin Kim won the first prize at ACM CHI 2011 Conference Student Research Competition (SRC) last week in Vancouver. Here is the list of winners at ACM’s SRC list. She has received a gold medal, and was recognized at the closing session (even though they did not pronounce her name right). Here is the [...]



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What’s TEI? See the TEI on TEI reflections! TEI2011 TEI on TEI from TEI2011 on Vimeo.


Super Hero Hawl on ThingM

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Super Hero Hawl, by Andy Wu, Chih-Pin Hsiao, Szu-Chia Lu and Stephanie Ahn, is featured on the Thing M Blog

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Best Paper Award @ ACE Conference!

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The ACE 7th International Conference on Advances in Computer Entertainment Technology accepted 17 full papers and 23 short papers out of 133 submissions (overall acceptance rate is 30%). Only 17 out of 67 full paper submissions were accepted as full papers (25%). Andy Wu, David Joyner, and Ellen Yi-Luen Do submitted a full-length paper, “Move, [...]


Super Hero Design Competition: Hawl’s Power

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TEI2011 Superhero Fashion Show from TEI2011 on Vimeo. Story Description: Hawl is a successful conductor working with his orchestra. Music is Hawl’s love of life during the day. At the same time, he lives a secret life. He has a mysterious power of controlling music to spread joy and to defeat devils around him. As [...]