The Enlightened Eye App was developed from to allow visitors to the Liskeard & District Museum to learn and explore the local Geology in a fun way. Once a museum volunteer has moderated the content is synchronised to the enlightened-eye.com via a swipe of a smart (RFID) card.
The Enlightened Eye was developed in collaboration with Designer/Maker Jason Cleverly.
Alongside the Enlightened Eye a interactive Geological Cross Section exhibit was also designed and developed.
Downstairs a bespoke Kiosk was developed to annotate a collection of historical paintings by Jane Stanley, which were commissioned for the museum Curator Anna Monks.
I'm currently working on my MA Creative Education Research project, working title:
Online communities and assessment: using peer review in the connected studio.
Introducing new platforms from concept to live service, e.g.
OnAIR - live and on-demand streaming service: http://www.falmouth.ac.uk/facilities/onair
Visitors start a video by placing an item on to a box which contains a radio-frequency identification (RFID) reader. RFID chips are attached to the objects and trigger the start of the films.
Interactive Work-table and Escritoire was my first collaboration with Designer/Maker Jason Cleverly, it was originally commissioned for the exhibition “The House of Words” (May-August 2009) at Dr Johnson’s House celebrating the 300th anniversary of Dr Johnson’s birthday. Dr Johnson is famous for writing one of the most influential dictionaries in the history of English language, published in 1755.
Whilst working in Falmouth’s Network Art (iRes) research cluster my technical explorations we’re focused around: augmented reality, mobile apps, open source network technologies, physical/environmental interactions, network devices and calm interfaces.
My main responsibilities were: