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Designing interactive systems for the developing world - reflections on user-centred design
User-centred design (UCD) is a well-accepted and useful design methodology for designing interactive systems. In recent years, developing world researchers have attempted to utilise UCD but withExpand
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People are people, but technology is not technology
Ubiquitous computing is about more than having multiple computers in our environment; it is also about computers venturing into completely new environments. In this paper, we examine the impact ofExpand
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SnapAndGrab: accessing and sharing contextual multi-media content using bluetooth enabled camera phones and large situated displays
In this paper we describe a novel interaction technique that allows users to access and share rich multi-media content via a large, situated public display and their own Bluetooth enabled cameraExpand
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Making the link - providing mobile media for novice communities in the developing world
In this paper we investigate the media needs of low-income mobile users in a South African township. We develop and deploy a system that allows users to download media at no costs to themselves, inExpand
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Creating and sharing multi-media packages using large situated public displays and mobile phones
This paper will describe a novel interaction technique that allows mobile phone users to create and share contextualised media packages between their personal, BlueTooth enabled camera phones, andExpand
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A rapid reflectance anisotropy spectrometer
A 16 channel reflectance anisotropy (RA) spectrometer capable of simultaneously acquiring reflectance spectra and real and imaginary RA spectra on the 0.1 s time-scale is reported. Its performanceExpand
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Adsorption of Pyridine on Au(110) as Measured by Reflection Anisotropy Spectroscopy
The reflection anisotropy spectra of pyridine adsorbed onto a Au(110) surface in an electrochemical cell demonstrates that this system forms an ordered structure. The reflection anisotropyExpand
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Introduction: Rediscovering First World War Theatre
The rise, fall and resurgence of interest in the theatre of the First World War represents many of the changes in approaches to the conflict that have taken place over the last one hundred years, andExpand
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Evaluating the relevance of the “Real Access” criteria as a framework for rural HCI research
Developing ICT software that is useful and usable in a rural context poses many problems. One of the major difficulties is understanding the real needs of the end users and the constraints imposed byExpand
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Hci for community and international development
This workshop explores the challenges in applying, extending and inventing appropriate methods and contributions of Human Computer Interaction (HCI) to International economic and communityExpand
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