Friday, July 13, 2012

29 links to recent Interactive Multimedia Technology posts, for techies and the tech-curious

Update:  Video of My PlayHome App and 19-Month-Old Toddler

Quick Post:  Design for Emotion, co-authored by Trevor van Gorp and Edie Adams

CFP for Special Issue of Personal and Ubiquitous Computing on Educational Interfaces, Software, and Technology (EIST)

CFP:  Seventh International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction, Feb 10-13, Barcelona, Spain

TechCrunch Charlotte Highlights:  T1 Vision, inTouch Collaborative Software

PO-MO, a creative group that combines digital art, interaction, movement, and play to create engaging surfaces and spaces

Digitized History and Interactive Timelines:  Lots of examples and links for your exploring pleasure!

Quirky, Fun Webisode from Dot Diva (a website that encourages young women to pursue careers in technology)

Checking out Recline js, an open-source, browser-based HTML and JavaScript library for data:  "Relax with your data".

Good news for knowledge junkies!  Data Journalism Handbook:  How journalists can use data to improve the news, available online.

Infographic about CISPA, contrasted with SOPA, by Lumin Consulting. Food for thought for those who might be mistakenly viewed as a "cyber threat".

iMac Touch Concept Video -in case you missed it.

Quick link:  Nextgov, "the all-day information resource for federal technology decision makers".

ACM SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems:  May 5-10, Austin, Texas

Interactive Technology from CHI 2012 Supporting Literacy, Storytelling, and Narrative

Looking forward to CHI 2012:  Child Computer Interaction, Educational Interfaces, Health, Special Needs, and Much More! (Includes several preview videos.)

NUITEQ's Latest Multitouch Showreel:  Snowflake Suite

Games for Health Conference:  June 12-14, Hyatt Harborside Hotel, Boston, MA

Johnny Chung Lee's Recent Words of Wisdom & Google's Open-Source Ceres Non-Linear Least Squares Solver

Vignettes exploring the dual capacities of software and medicine to heal and hurt. Food for thought, by Jonathan Harris

Interactive Music Challenge:  The Reactable & the Reactable for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders

FYI: TEDEd  Education Beta Website and YouTube Channel

FYI: Google's Knowledge Graph

Urban Musical Game:  Play with musical-sensor sports balls and friends (Real-Time Musical Interactions Team at IRCAM)

Quick CHI 2012 Slideshow

A fun HTML interactive music video:  Evelyn, performed by Abby, Coded by Bleech

Leap Motion:  Low Cost Gesture Control for Your Computer Display

First Moment of Truth in digital signage environments:  Bill Gerba's Words of Wisdom

PhD. Student Positions:  Intel Collaborative Research Institute on Sustainable Connected Cities

More about the Intel Collaborative Research Institute for Sustainable Cities

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