Velloso, E., Carter, M., Newn, J., Esteves, A. & Gellerson, H. (2017). Motion correlation: selecting objects by matching their movement. ACM transactions on computer-human interaction : a publication of the Association for Computing Machinery. 24(3)doi:10.1145/3064937. ISSN 1073-0516
Selection is a canonical task in user interfaces, commonly supported by presenting objects for acquisition by pointing. In this article, we consider motion correlation as an a...
Soto-Morettini, D. (2017). Reverse engineering the human: artificial intelligence and acting theory. Connection Science. 29(1), 64-76. doi:10.1080/09540091.2016.1271398. ISSN 0954-0091
In two separate papers, Artificial Intelligence (AI)/Robotics researcher Guy Hoffman takes as a starting point that actors have been in the business of reverse engineering hum...
Gilchrist, J. (2016). Civil war among the mongooses...and why it's all about sexual success
Vice Chancellor's Research Fellow
Turner, P. & Nottale, L. (2016). The physical principles underpinning self-organizationin plants
We present evidence based theory for the emergence of plant structure in which
CO2 is not only the source of carbon for plant growth, but also plays a critical role
as a sourc...
Verweij, D., Khan, V., Esteves, A. & Bakker, S. (2016). Multi-user motion matching interaction for interactive television using Smartwatches. Exhibited at Hilversum, The Netherlands. 14 June 2017 - 16 June 2017
Motion matching input, following continuously moving targets by performing bodily movements, offers new interaction possibilities in multiple domains. Unlike optical motion ma...
Gray, G. T. Malaysian cinema and negotiations with modernity: film and anthropology. (Thesis)
This thesis examines Malaysian cinema in the context of the various processes and
discourses of modernity. Analysing the processes of modernity which Malaysians
are engaged wi...
Malcolm, C. (2003). Britten - Les Illuminations
This CD brings together three youthful masterworks all composed by Benjamin Britten before his 30th birthday. Individually and collectively they demonstrate a fertile musical ...