Our DePIC team has won the Award for Best Solution by a Large Organisation at the Connect Ability Challenge event, a software development competition focusing on developing technology that can help […]
The ‘Peak level meter’ is an essential tool of an audio engineer. It’s used to adjust volume levels. For example, there may be odd moments when a recording is far, […]
Our latest research into how sighted and visually impaired people use touchscreen devices that they can’t see. This paper won the Best Short Paper prize at the Human Computer Interaction Conference 2014.
The CCmI Editor, which is based on the work I developed through my PhD research, wins the accessibility challenge at NIME’2014 hackathon
What does a diagram sound like? What does the shape of a sound feel like? At first sight listening to diagrams and feeling sounds might sound like nonsense, but for […]
I have finally got around to putting this online. My PhD thesis, titled Collaborating Through Sounds: Audio-only Interaction With Diagrams, was examined on the 14th of December 2010 and passed […]
Consistency is a curious design heuristic standing in a point of tension between maintaining traditional design approaches and exploring new innovative ones. The consistency heuristic goes something like this: when […]
it is of course difficult to assess the merit of a piece of research from a press release, but i can personally comment on at least two issues with the reported findings that Arabic is hard for the brain!