Rose Johnson

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The growth of image-guided procedures in surgical settings has led to an increased need to interact with digital images under sterile conditions. Traditional touch-based interaction techniques present challenges for managing asepsis in these environments leading to suggestions that new touchless interaction techniques may provide a compelling set of(More)
Internet of things (IoT) devices and sensor kits have the potential to democratize the access, use, and appropriation of data. Despite the increased availability of low cost sensors, most of the produced data is "black box" in nature: users often do not know how to access or interpret data. We propose a "human-data design" approach in which end-users are(More)
Following the success of the first SenCity workshop at UbiComp 2013, which focused on urban sensing technologies, the SenCity 2 workshop will focus on visualizing collected data in new ways. Specifically we will focus on <i>physical</i> forms of data visualizations using various mediums and actuation to explore how sensed data could be presented back to(More)
Real-time feedback presents a new way of learning physical movement and could potentially have a high impact on HCI in the future. To truly evaluate its potential it needs to be tested in real-world settings with real-world distractions, motivations and cognitive load. Musical training offers an ideal case study to examine real-time feedback in a genuinely(More)
Learning about computing technology has become an increasingly important part of the school curriculum but it remains unclear how best to teach it to children. Here, we report on an empirical study that investigated how the process of making affects how children of different ages learn about computing technology. In one condition, they had to first make an(More)
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