Andrew J. Wodehouse

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William J Ion, Andrew Wodehouse, Neal Juster, Hillary Grierson, Angela Stone Design, Manufacture and Engineering Management University of Strathclyde, 75 Montrose Street, Glasgow G1 1XJ Telephone: +44 141 548 2091 Fax:+44 141 552 5786 e-mail: w.j.ion@strath.ac.uk Abstract: Distributed design teams place a far heavier reliance on communication and(More)
A common assertion that “all design is re-design” highlights the fact that the majority of concept design work is re-configuring existing technologies in new forms. Consequently, it is critical for any product development team to be aware of the most appropriate information for design (past solutions, market data, emerging technologies) in order to save(More)
This research explores emotional response to gesture in order to inform future product interaction design. After describing the emergence and likely role of full-body interfaces with devices and systems, the importance of emotional reaction to the necessary movements and gestures is outlined. A gestural vocabulary for the control of a web page is then(More)
The Department of Design Manufacturing and Engineering Management at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK, has been developing a digital library to support design engineering student learning through the Digital Libraries for Global Distributed Innovative Design Education and Teamwork project ( http://www.didet.ac.uk , December, 2007). Previous(More)
Communication takes place not only through speech, but also through gestures such as facial expressions, gaze, head movements, hand movements and body posture. Although developing rapidly, current communication platforms do not facilitate the types of behaviour we believe are needed to fully support non-verbal communication and make interactions more(More)
Most of the work in affective computing within telepresence robot platforms focusses on research and knowledge generation as opposed to application. The main reason behind this is that the actual capabilities we have in the real world do not match the capabilities that are used in research. Taking this into consideration, this paper helps in establishing a(More)
This paper describes how a system comprising a learning environment and digital repository is being embedded into the Design Engineering teaching and learning. It then maps out the issues that have been encountered, how these have been overcome and how they will affect other departments or institutions as such tools are scaled up and rolled out. These(More)
This paper describes the ICR Grid as a novel representation of information and ideas. Developed as a method for enhancing utilization of digital information sources in conceptual design, the name is derived from the cognitive processes (inform, create, reflect) that are systematically employed and the resulting grid output. As a prescriptive method it(More)