Who am I and where am I? - switching and stitching in the digital age.
Smyth, M., Raijmakers, B., & Munro, A. (2003)
Who am I and where am I? - switching and stitching in the digital age. In D. Marjanovic (Ed.), Proceedings of the 8th International Design Conference DESIGN 2004, 1487-1492
This paper will introduce the concept of human identity. It will focus on how the creation, maintenance and communication of identity could be supported by technology. Initial...
Insideness-Outsideness: characterizing the experiences of real and virtual places.
Turner, P., & Turner, S. (2004)
Insideness-Outsideness: characterizing the experiences of real and virtual places. In Presence 2004, 340-346
An alternate approach to characterizing and describing experiences of both real and virtually recreated places is described both in theoretical and empirical terms.
Recreating the Botanics: towards a sense of place in virtual environments.
Presentation / Conference
Turner, S., Turner, P., Carroll, F., O'Neill, S., Benyon, D., McCall, R., & Smyth, M. (2003, June)
Recreating the Botanics: towards a sense of place in virtual environments. Paper presented at 3rd UK Conference of the Environmental Psychology Network
The EC funded project BENOGO seeks to re-create real places using photo-realistic
immersive virtual reality technology and in so doing investigates the nature of
presence and ...
Gesture recognition - Research and clinical perspectives.
Keates, S., Potter, R., Perricos, C., & Robinson, P. (1997)
Gesture recognition - Research and clinical perspectives. In S. H. Sprigle (Ed.), Proceedings of the RESNA '97 Annual Conference: let's tango : partnering people and technology, 333-335
This paper provides an overview of an existing gesture recognition system from both research and clinical perspectives. Developing a gestural input system needs not only a ges...
Accurate rapid simulation of urban traffic using discrete modelling.
Russell, G., Shaw, P. & Ferguson, N. (1995)
Accurate rapid simulation of urban traffic using discrete modelling
Increasing model complexity has traditionally been viewed as a key way of improving microscopic model accuracy. However, with complexity comes an increase in execution time. I...