To register for this event please email Ryan (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name, affiliation and dietary or any other requirements. There will be no fee to attend this event.
We can accept later registrations, but please register by Thursday 28th March to ensure your catering needs can be met.
Ruth Adams, King’s College London.
Tipu’s Tiger: Killer App?
Caroline Bassett, University of Sussex
Mostly Unreliable?: A Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Re-invention of the Book
Clair Battison & Louise Egan, Victoria and Albert Museum
The Distance Between Us: Incorporating the advancements of touchscreen technology into current museum touring exhibition practices.
Ryan Burns, University of Sussex
Tablets: Specific, Generic, Perfect?
Ryan Eanes, University of Oregon
Magic, rhetoric and the iPad
Mick Feltham, University of Sussex
Touch: Sensitive? Democratising the Composer – Performer – Listener Triangle within the Digital Score.
Mareike Glӧss, Uppsala University Ubiquitous Computing at our Fingertips: Everyday Practices and Experiences in the Context of Tablet Computing
Daniel Goodbrey, University of Hertfordshire
Game Comics: An Analysis of An Emergent Hybrid Form
Ian Grant, University of Sussex
Touch as puppetry: Achieving Subtle and Nuanced Performance Through Tangible Touch Interfaces
Timo Kaerlein, University of Paderborn
Touching the Screen: Immediacy and discrepancy in the use of tablet computers
Jeremy Matthew, King’s College London
Tablet Edition: Public Habits and uses of The Mobile Internet and online News Media.
Nadja Ryzhakova, iPad Artist
Reinventing Painting: the Relationship Between Tradition and Technology in the Age of Mobile Devices
Russell Pearce, University of Sussex
Nicola Yuill, University of Sussex, Yvonne Rogers, University College London, Jochen Rick, Saarland University,Stefan Kreitmayer, Open University
Pass the iPad: Tablet Computers for Collaborative Creating and Sharing in Groups at Home and School