Andrzej Romanowski

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This paper presents results from participatory design studies conducted in a children's hospital. We conducted extensive user studies to understand the specific needs and design constrains in a foetal-heart imaging unit. We describe the lessons learnt in the design process, focusing on the peculiarities of the setting and providing insights to help with the(More)
In this article, we present a novel application domain for human computation, specifically for crowdsourcing, which can help in understanding particle-tracking problems. Through an interdisciplinary inquiry, we built a crowdsourcing system designed to detect tracer particles in industrial tomographic images, and applied it to the problem of bulk solid flow(More)
The increasing availability of drones produces a number of opportunities for integrating them in everyday settings and using drones to create engaging experiences for users. In this paper, we investigate how drones can support amateur runners in their endeavours. We explore the possible roles for drones during amateur running races. Through two field(More)
This paper presents the design, implementation and user study of Vertoid - a mobile system for providing context-aware cues that help users limit domestic greenhouse-gas emissions. We have designed an Android-based mobile application that provides user with tips on simple eco-friendly actions in relevant locations. We then conducted a medium-term field(More)
This papers shows attempt of using prior knowledge in order to learn about the industrial process system behaviour. The system being studied here is the pneumatic conveying of solids monitored with electrical capacitance tomography (ECT). The prior knowledge is the non-invasive measurement information derived on the basis of intentionally introduced(More)
This paper focuses on a context-specific study of how interactive systems can affect human behaviours. In the <i>subRosa</i> project, we employed ambient display technology in order to foster proper learning conditions in a dedicated study room. <i>SubRosa</i> was evaluated through two proof-of-concept studies performed using a high-fidelity prototype.(More)