Sunday, October 13, 2013
Here are links to my Interactive Multimedia Technology posts from May 5th to October 13, 2013:
Leap Motion Update: Slow-going progress for me, at least for now!
Jay Leno's Interactive Pumpcast News: Will and Monifa Sims' 15 minutes of Karaoke Fame
Astronaut Chris Hadfield's Awesome Music Video from Space - in case you missed it!
Xbox One and Kinect 2 for the Playground of the Future
Summer of Fun and Game Development with Unity
Leap Motion and Google Earth Experiment: Cute Doggie Photo-globe Mashup
Interactive Displays and "Billboards" in Public Spaces; Pervasive Displays 2013
Stanford's "Coding Together: Developing Apps for iPhone and iPad" Cours Video Presentations on iTunesU
Drawing with Sounds, and Interactive Musical Drawing App Created with Processing
Monkeying Around with Autism Assessments: Kinect-based game by Vectorform and Kaiser Permanente therapists offers a barrel of possibilities!
The Life and Contributions of Seymour Papert: Inspiring video of a tribute panel, Interaction Design and Children Conference
Tablets at Work: AT&T video clips, other examples, in case you were wondering
Kinect Interaction to support people with disabilities: DoubleFine's Happy Action Theater/Kinect Party; OAK Air Switch and Face Switch, resources
Let's Get Visual: Visual Communication with Smartphones, Getty's Open Content, Art Everywhere and Visual Perception Research
Allison Druin and the HCIL Team Win Emmy for Nick App: Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media - User Experience and Visual Design
Eye Tribe Eye Tracker Dev Kit, $99; Open Source ITU Gaze Tracker Grows Up!
Narcolepsy Awareness Infographic, FDA's Public Meeting
Librarians as Data Scientists: Data Science for All
ACO VIRTUAL: Interactive virtual chamber orchestra, with 3D musicians
Learning to Teach through Mixed Reality: UCF's TeachLivE
VISUAL LEARNING: Emotion-Expression-Explanation Call for Papers
LUMO, by PO-Motion: Projection system for children that transforms kid's designs into interactive creations (Kickstarter)
Multitouch and Gesture Update: NUITEQ's Snowflake ABC Suite of Entertaining Educational Apps
Friday, May 3, 2013
Here's an update of links to posts from my Interactive Multimedia Technology blog. Similar content can be found on my Pinterest boards.
OpenPilot: A Next-Gen Open Source Autopilot Approach to Aerial Videography
XBox Kinect in the OR: Kinect supports gesture interaction with 3D imaging of the patient, while operating.
Telemedicine in Schools: Promoting Health (and Mental Health)
InteractiveTV Today (ITVT): Links to information and updates about CES 2013, via Tracy Swedlow.
Gesture Markup Language (GML) for Natural User Interaction and Interfaces
CCRMA Summer Workshops: Stanford's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics
Disney Research: Touche, Touch and Gesture Sensing
AirHarp for Leap Motion, a Responsive Musical Natural User Interface
Tips for Apps and the Web: Designing for Teens, Part I
Part II: Websites and Apps for Teens and Education
Designing for Touch & Gesture: Tips for Apps and the Web (Updated)
Affinity+: Semi-Structured Brainstorming on Large Displays, from Pacific Northwest National Library
Call for Papers: Human-Computer Interaction and Learning Science
Update: What's New for Kinect? Fusion, real-time 3D digitizing, design considerations, and more.
Interactive MaKey MaKey: "An Invention Kit for Everyone" - Video Preview
Google Glass and Kids- BYOGG? Quick links to MIT Tech Review Post - and more
Leap Motion: My Dev Kit Arrived - Now What? Thoughts About "NUI" Child-Computer Tech Interaction
Google Earth and Leap Motion
Quick Post/Videos: Evolving Soft Robots (Cornell's Creative Machines Lab); Leap Motion + Google Earth Experiment (PO-MO)
Little Digits Counting and Early Math App, by Cowly Owl- Chris O'Shea
Interesting Videos I Almost Missed (Future/Emerging/Creative Tech)
The Uncanny Valley is Here! Activision's real-time character demo is chilling real.
What happens when a 2-year-old wakes up to the sound of the Google Map Lady? "I CAN'T turn left right now!"
Pixel Press: Draw, create, play and share games, without code, now on Kickstarter.