Meghan Deutscher

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In this paper, we reflect on the design and deployment process of MAGICBoard, a public display deployed in a university setting that solicits the electronic votes and opinions of bystanders on trivial but amusing topics. We focus on the consequences of our design choices with respect to encouraging <i>bystanders</i> to interact with the public display.(More)
nted social tion about ughts and f images, ing to sounds and conversations recorded with the photo at the time of capture. We describe the devices used to capture this information and the user experience of the integrated Memory Collage application. The paper will also discuss the implications found for ambient intelligence within social nts. r methods a(More)
We present a novel way of manipulating a spatial soundscape, one that encourages collaboration and exploration. Through a table-top display surrounded by speakers and lights, participants are invited to engage in peaceful play with Beluga whales shown through a live web camera feed from the Vancouver Aquarium in Canada. Eight softly glowing buttons and a(More)
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