The limits of pretending
Turner, P., Hetherington, R., Turner, S., & Kosek, M. (2015)
The limits of pretending. Digital Creativity, 26(3-4), 304-317. https://doi.org/10.1080/14626268.2015.1091778
We propose that pretending is a cognitive faculty which enables us to create and immerse ourselves in possible worlds. These worlds range from the veridical to the fantastic a...
How older people account for their experiences with interactive technology.
Turner, P., Turner, S. & Van de Walle, G. (2007)
How older people account for their experiences with interactive technology. Behaviour and Information Technology. 26, 287-296. doi:10.1080/01449290601173499. ISSN 0144-929X
We present a qualitative study, undertaken over a period of nine months, of older people facing the challenges of learning to use interactive technology, specifically personal...
Place and placelessness in virtual environments.
Turner, P., Turner, S., Carroll, F., Benyon, D., McCall, R. & Smyth, M. (2002)
Place and placelessness in virtual environments. In Proc. 6th Annual International Workshop on Presence
Turner, P., & Turner, S. (1999)
Cui Bono?. In Proceedings of the 1st French-British Virtual Reality International Workshop
No abstract available.
Designing for engagement
Turner, P., Flint, T., & Turner, S. (2011)
Designing for engagement. Infrastructure journal,
Re-creating Edinburgh: adopting the tourist gaze.
Burrows, L., Turner, S. & Turner, P. (2009)
Re-creating Edinburgh: adopting the tourist gaze. In Neerincx, M. & Brinkman, W. (Eds.). Proceedings of ECCE 2010
Motivation – The work described in this paper investigated the potential of a low fidelity desktop application using the metaphor of the ‘tourist gaze’ in conveying a sense of...