This project investigates how children use physical tokens to create visualisations of information. Children are currently being recruited to take part in the study, for more information please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. This research is being undertaken as part of my PhD research with the University of St Andrews.
The Trombino was my final year project in the Music Computing BSc at Goldsmiths University of London. The Trombino was created to provide an interface which children could use to engage with a trombone like interface at a younger age. Often the trombone cannot be learned at a younger age as it requires a great deal […]
Tweet Roller is a small project I cooked up with a classmate for an Arduino based class I took in my undergraduate. Thanks to Twitter’s API changes actually a lot of it ended up being written in Processing, but with the Arduino acting on the physical world. When the system detected a tweet with the […]
skeuOSC was a rudimentary Android application for OSC I created in my second year of university. The project is documented on skeuosc.ipodling.co.uk. If you’re looking for a good OSC controller for Android I suggest touchOSC, or NexusUI for a web-based platform independent solution.