Denisa Kera

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In this paper we discuss new challenges to design with the increasing mass availability of data to various communities through what we term 'collective sensor networks'. We review new projects that we believe will have considerable impact for HCI and CSCW and consider their practical implications. We explore design challenges for future-oriented and(More)
In this paper we will summarize our research into the use of Open Source Hardware (OSHW) as a tool for communicating emergent scientific and technical knowledge via crafts. We were specifically interested in the microfabrication and microfluidic devices, which define the next generation of diagnostic and research tools often inaccessible to the larger(More)
  • Sachiko Hirosue, Denisa Kera, Hermes Huang, S Hirosue, D Kera, H Huang
  • 2015
The paper summarizes the current state of the " Openness Paradigm " for development, with a focus on open source hardware and the related issues of open science, open data, and open access. It focuses on how such efforts support more equal collaborations between North and South on open science and citizen projects. It also discusses these efforts as an(More)
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