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New video of HeatCraft

We have a new video of “HeatCraft”, a novel system using ingestible sensors to facilitate playful bodily experiences via localized thermal stimuli:

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Maddison Ryder on national news!

Maddison Ryder with support of Marcus Cher has invented eating plates made out of lettuce waste, so they are biodegradable!
Interview with Maddison on national TV news.

 

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Workshop at CHI’19

Josh is co-organizing a workshop at CHI’19 in Glasgow, UK:

The Body as Starting Point:

Applying Inside Body Knowledge for Inbodied Design – Sunday, May 5 at CHI 2019, Glasgow, UK

Inbodied design is an emerging area in HCI, focusing on using knowledge of the body’s internal systems and processes to inform em-bodied and circum-bodied design. This hands-on, cross-domain workshop will enable participants to take the body as a starting point to create novel and beneficial experiences for the human body.

Imagine how we might:

use sleep to help us improve spatial navigation – tuning an internal GPS
use movement and eating to be more creative – building the gut-brain axis
use social endocrinology to help introverts & extraverts get along right away
build gut-feeling sensitivity to improve decision-making
use temperature to improve memory
Think about cycles of use to use technology to get off technology for self-health maintenance?

What would interactive systems that foster these approaches look like?

To address these kinds of questions, it really helps to know a few things about how we work under our integumentary system, as the physio-neuro-electro-chemical social systems we are.

Come to this workshop to contribute your knowledge, build new ideas and skills, and use this workshop to explore,  practice and build this new area of HCI, when we take the body as a starting point.

1 day workshop – short position papers due feb 21

https://bodyasstartingpoint.tumblr.com/

We look forward to seeing you.

Josh Andres – IBM Research & Exertion Games Lab RMIT.
m.c. schraefel – WellthLab University of Southampton, Southampton, UK
Aaron Tabor – HCI Lab, Institute of Biomedical Engineering. University of New Brunswick
Eric B. Hekler – CWPHS, Design Lab, QI & FMPH, University of California, San Diego

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Arm-A-Dine is in the press

So many media outlets have reported on Arm-A-Dine in the last couple of days:

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Our CHI PLAY 2018 talks

Our CHI PLAY 2018 talks are now online:

Li, Z., Patibanda, R., Brandmueller, F., Wang, Y., Berean, K., Greuter, S., Mueller, F. The Guts Game: Towards Designing Ingestible Games. CHI PLAY 2018. Long paper. ACM.

Andres, J., de Hoog, J., Mueller, F. “I had super-powers when eBike riding” Towards Understanding the Design of Integrated Exertion. CHI PLAY 2018. Long paper. ACM.

Byrne, R., Marshall, J., Mueller, F. ARFighter: Using HMDs to create Vertigo Play Experiences. CHI PLAY 2018. Long paper. ACM.

Metha, Y., Khot, R., Patibanda, R., Mueller, F. Arm-A-Dine: Towards Understanding the Design of Playful Embodied Eating Experiences. CHI PLAY 2018. Long paper. ACM.

Arza, E., Harshitha, K., Khot, R., Mueller, F. Feed the Food Monsters! : Helping Co-diners Chew their Food Better with Augmented Reality. CHI PLAY 2018. Work-in-progress. ACM.

La Delfa, J., Jarvis, R., Khot, R., Mueller, F. Tai Chi In The Clouds: Using Micro UAVs To Support Tai Chi Practice. CHI PLAY 2018.Work-in-progress. ACM.

McLean, A., Jarvis, R. Electric Sheep: Designing Improvised Musical Play. CHI PLAY 2018. Spotlight. ACM.

Sargeant, B., Dwyer, J., Mueller, F. The Storytelling Machine: A Playful Participatory Automated System Featuring Crowd-Sourced Story Content. CHI PLAY 2018. Spotlight. ACM.

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Our work at CHI PLAY’18

We presented our work at CHI PLAY’18 in Melbourne, Australia:

Li, Z., Patibanda, R., Brandmueller, F., Wang, Y., Berean, K., Greuter, S., Mueller, F. The Guts Game: Towards Designing Ingestible Games. CHI PLAY 2018. Long paper. ACM.

Andres, J., de Hoog, J., Mueller, F. “I had super-powers when eBike riding” Towards Understanding the Design of Integrated Exertion. CHI PLAY 2018. Long paper. ACM.

Byrne, R., Marshall, J., Mueller, F. ARFighter: Using HMDs to create Vertigo Play Experiences. CHI PLAY 2018. Long paper. ACM.

Metha, Y., Khot, R., Patibanda, R., Mueller, F. Arm-A-Dine: Towards Understanding the Design of Playful Embodied Eating Experiences. CHI PLAY 2018. Long paper. ACM.

Arza, E., Harshitha, K., Khot, R., Mueller, F. Feed the Food Monsters! : Helping Co-diners Chew their Food Better with Augmented Reality. CHI PLAY 2018. Work-in-progress. ACM.

Li, Z., Chen, W., Wang, Y., Hoang, T., Wang, W., Boot, M., Greuter, S., Mueller, F. HeatCraft: Playing with Ingestible Sensors via Localised Sensations. CHI PLAY 2018.Work-in-progress. ACM.

Wang, Y., Li, Z., Jarvis, R., Khot, R., Mueller, F. The Singing Carrot: Designing Playful Experiences with Food Sounds. CHI PLAY 2018.Work-in-progress. ACM.

La Delfa, J., Jarvis, R., Khot, R., Mueller, F. Tai Chi In The Clouds: Using Micro UAVs To Support Tai Chi Practice. CHI PLAY 2018.Work-in-progress. ACM.

Mueller, F., Li, Z., Kari, T., Wang, Y., Mehta, Y. Towards a Coming Together of Transhumanism and Play. CHI PLAY 2018. Work-in-progress. ACM.

Mueller, F., Kari, T., Khot, R., Li, Z., Wang, Y., Mehta, Y., Arnold, P. Towards Experiencing Eating as a Form of Play. CHI PLAY 2018. Work-in-progress. ACM.

Mueller, F., Li, Z., Byrne, R., Arza, E., Harshitha, K., Boot, M., Kari, T., Mehta, Y. Towards A 2nd Person Perspective on Bodily Play. CHI PLAY 2018. Work-in-progress. ACM.

Li, Z. Understanding the Design of Playful Experiences Around Ingestible Sensors. CHI PLAY 2018. Doctoral Consortium. ACM.

Marquez, J. Designing Card Games for Learning the Pragmatics of a Second Language. CHI PLAY 2018. Doctoral Consortium. ACM.

McLean, A., Jarvis, R. Electric Sheep: Designing Improvised Musical Play. CHI PLAY 2018. Spotlight. ACM.

Sargeant, B., Dwyer, J., Mueller, F. The Storytelling Machine: A Playful Participatory Automated System Featuring Crowd-Sourced Story Content. CHI PLAY 2018. Spotlight. ACM.

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CHI PLAY 2018

CHI PLAY 2018 in Melbourne, Australia, is over: it was a great success, with 30% more attendees than anticipated (179 in total), the second highest number in the history of the conference series, a well received program with high quality content and very happy attendees all around, thank you everyone who helped with this conference!

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