Monthly Archives: May 2006

Sachiko Hayashi in HUMlab

Tweet Sachiko Hayashi (Japan/Sweden) “3” from SERIES OF STILLS FOR ELECTOR-ACOUSTIC MUSIC CONCERTS (digital computer graphics for projection, 2004, Sweden) On Monday 22nd May at 13:15 the Japanese/Swedish artist Sachiko Hayashi will be presenting a seminar on Technology as the … Continue reading

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PhD student workshop

Tweet Some of us doctoral students affiliated with HUMlab are part of a local research network – the Digital Interaction Research Network (DIRN). The members of DIRN are doctoral students from the Humanities, Informatics, Pedagogy and Interactive Media and Learning, … Continue reading

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Tweet I’ve written about this game before… but it’s about time I touch on it again. In short, the Endless Forest is a game that isn’t a game – there is no goal here… no slaying of vicious enemies and … Continue reading

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new Ph.D. theses

Tweet Today and tomorrow two informatics Ph.D. students (based at the Department of Informatics) will defend their Ph.D. theses. Both Anna Croon Fors and Mikael Jakobsson have a HUMlab connection and we are particularly happy about them finishing. Also, of … Continue reading

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Movement and slices

Tweet I have been thinking a lot about tools and online ‘reality’ and mediation lately…pretty much since the class that Jim and I taught on Web 2.0 when someone mentioned the desire of having all their apps in one place. … Continue reading

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