Collaborative fieldnotes in digital ethnography

Authors: Carey Jewitt and Anna Xambó // MIDAS takes an ethnographic perspective to understand methods for researching embodiment in a range of digital arts and social sciences research sites. An ethnographic framework is used for three reasons: A detailed and

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Collaborative fieldnotes in digital ethnography

Authors: Carey Jewitt and Anna Xambó // MIDAS takes an ethnographic perspective to understand methods for researching embodiment in a range of digital arts and social sciences research sites. An ethnographic framework is used for three reasons: A detailed and

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Making a game of fashion consumption and social interaction

Author: Thomas Makryniotis // In role-playing computer games – titles such as the Final Fantasy series (Square Enix) and the Elder Scrolls series (Bethesda) – the avatar develops over time by means of power-ups and new items. These power-ups and items

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Making a game of fashion consumption and social interaction

Author: Thomas Makryniotis // In role-playing computer games – titles such as the Final Fantasy series (Square Enix) and the Elder Scrolls series (Bethesda) – the avatar develops over time by means of power-ups and new items. These power-ups and items

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Multimodal Video Analysis: Exploring Gaze

Author: Mona Sakr // In our research as part of the embodiment strand of Multimodal Methods for Researching Digital Data and Environments (MODE), there is a particular focus on ‘reading’ the body – interpreting physical interaction – and understanding its

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Multimodal Video Analysis: Exploring Gaze

Author: Mona Sakr // In our research as part of the embodiment strand of Multimodal Methods for Researching Digital Data and Environments (MODE), there is a particular focus on ‘reading’ the body – interpreting physical interaction – and understanding its

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How bodies matter: Metaphorical mappings and epistemic actions

Authors: Anna Xambó and Sara Price // Tangible interfaces bring together the physical and the digital: tangible objects are computationally enhanced, and are typically used to both control and represent digital data. In 2006, Klemmer, Hartmann & Takayama published the

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How bodies matter: Metaphorical mappings and epistemic actions

Authors: Anna Xambó and Sara Price // Tangible interfaces bring together the physical and the digital: tangible objects are computationally enhanced, and are typically used to both control and represent digital data. In 2006, Klemmer, Hartmann & Takayama published the

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The eyes are the window to the….. body?

Author: Kerry Hudson // Eye tracking can be a great research tool for understanding a wide range of behaviours across development. Improvements in eye tracking technology means we no longer need to rig-up participants in heavy head-mounted equipment and use

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The eyes are the window to the….. body?

Author: Kerry Hudson // Eye tracking can be a great research tool for understanding a wide range of behaviours across development. Improvements in eye tracking technology means we no longer need to rig-up participants in heavy head-mounted equipment and use

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Cultural probes in Experience Design

Authors: Elizabeth Raby, Caroline Claisse and Kevin Walker // Cultural probes, a design research method developed by Bill Gaver, Anthony Dunne and Elena Pacenti (see reference below), are bespoke objects designed by researchers for gathering data from unfamiliar participants or

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Cultural probes in Experience Design

Authors: Elizabeth Raby, Caroline Claisse and Kevin Walker // Cultural probes, a design research method developed by Bill Gaver, Anthony Dunne and Elena Pacenti (see reference below), are bespoke objects designed by researchers for gathering data from unfamiliar participants or

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Review of the book “Interacting: Art, Research and the Creative Practitioner”

Author: Anna Xambó // Candy, Linda, and Ernest Edmonds, eds. Interacting: Art, Research and the Creative Practitioner. Oxford: Libri, 2011. This book is a collection of essays written by creative practitioners and edited by Linda Candy and Ernest Edmonds. The

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Review of the book “Interacting: Art, Research and the Creative Practitioner”

Author: Anna Xambó // Candy, Linda, and Ernest Edmonds, eds. Interacting: Art, Research and the Creative Practitioner. Oxford: Libri, 2011. This book is a collection of essays written by creative practitioners and edited by Linda Candy and Ernest Edmonds. The

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