Research on mobile collocated interactions has been looking at situations in which collocated users engage in collaborative activities using their mobile devices, thus going from personal/individual toward shared/multiuser experiences and interactions. However, computers are getting smaller, more powerful, and closer to our bodies. Therefore, mobile collocated interactions research, which originally looked at smartphones and tablets, ...
We have a publication at CHI 2015 entitled Building a Birds Eye View: Collaborative Work in Disaster Response (click to download the PDF). This paper reports an ethnomethodological study of disaster response mission planning of Rescue Global.
The collocated design framework paper for the design session is here. PDF of the proposal. Call for Papers – CHI 2015 Workshop http://www.funkydesignspaces.com/mobile_collocated/ Mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets were originally conceived and have traditionally been utilized for individual use. Research on mobile collocated interactions has been looking at situations in which collocated users engage ...
Delighted to be co-organising a workshop on collocated interaction design at NordiCHI ’14. Check out the official workshop site at
We have a paper forthcoming at CSCW 2015. Download the PDF from the link below.
We have a publication at UbiComp ’14 documenting my recent fieldwork with the Centre for Sustainable Energy. Download the PDF below.
We have two recently accepted publications on our work investigating team coordination through a mixed-reality game probe. AtomicOrchid has become somewhat of a key research platform in ORCHID to trial Agent-based technologies in a real-world setting, involving people in the role of field responders and HQ coordinators. Here is a short video about AtomicOrchid: The ...
We have a publication at CHI 2014. Download the PDF from the link below.
SciDevNet has a piece on our ORCHID research entitled “Artificial intelligence to help disaster aid coordination”.
Our research recently received some media coverage. The New Scientist has written an article “Smart software uses drones to plot disaster relief” on the ORCHID project’s disaster response work.