Bodily interaction with computational systems.

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Bodily interaction with computational systems has long been one of the main focus of HCI work in Goldsmiths Computing.  A close group of researchers form the EAVI group, (Embodied AudioVisual Interaction) which focuses on embodied interaction with sound and image. EAVI is a small group of academics, researchers, and PhD students carrying out cutting-edge research across topics including motion cap


Research Highlights

Prof Atau Tanaka has a long history of awards and grants from the UK and EU. His current research portfolio includes; AHRC, Human Data Interaction: Legibility, Agency, Negotiability, and the ESRC-AHRC UK-Japan SSH Connections grant.  

Dr Jamie Ward is a Co-I on NEUROLIVE which is a five year ERC research project. Jamie is also PI on SocSensors,  Social wearable sensors to support engagement and learning in children with autism + learning difficulties (SocSensors) in collaboration with UCL. SocSensors is an 18 month ERC Proof of Concept project. 

Dr Vesna Djokic has recently joined us as a Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellow. Her 2 year research fellowship is called IMSquared.

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