Masters of Media at PICNIC06

On: September 27, 2006
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About Anne Helmond
Anne is a New Media PhD Candidate and Lecturer at the University of Amsterdam. She graduated on software-engine relations in the blogosphere and continues her research as an analyst-designer in the newly found Digital Methods Initiative of the University of Amsterdam. Anne is also a freelance photographer for various Dutch media including VPRO 3voor12.

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We raised our voices at the crossmedia conference PICNIC06

Masters of Media at PICNIC06

We raised questions at the conference such as:

  • Gestural interfaces sound swell, but what if you are disabled? (John Underkoffer about G-speak)
  • Aren’t brainwaves more practical and less tiring for controlling an computer in the near future?
  • How do gestural interfaces work when you’re in a small space?
  • How do you envision g-speak at home or at work (in the office) where there may not be enough physical space to properly navigate & isn’t g-speak physically taxing after a while?
  • (add more)

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Anne’s extensive review about PICNIC06

2 Responses to “Masters of Media at PICNIC06”
  • September 27, 2006 at 5:03 pm

    I asked –> how do you envision g-speak at home or at work (in the office) where there may not be enough physical space to properly navigate + isn’t g-speak physically taxing after a while?

    pics rock, shirts rock, we rock

  • September 27, 2006 at 5:37 pm

    Hmm, I still have to buy some bakingpaper (is that the right translation?). Anyone got a manual on how to not screw up the awardwinning t-shirt design? :)

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