Kirk Woolford

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This paper builds on current calls in HCI to conduct experiments outside laboratory environments or 'in the wild'. The paper presents an overview of debates in ecology and wilderness studies to explain the need for wild research environments to be both free and natural. The paper then presents a history of movement capture in the wild and introduces the(More)
Experimental archaeology has long yielded valuable insights into the tools and techniques that featured in past peoples’ relationship with the material world around them. However, experimental archaeology has, hitherto, confined itself to rigid, empirical and quantitative questions. This paper applies principles of experimental archaeology and serious(More)
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