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The Danish Agency for Science, Technolgy and Innovation has granted Susanne Bødker a framwork grant of DKK 280.000 for the project: HCI in Brazil and Denmark.
PIT centre leader Kim Halskov has received over 16 million DKK from the Strategic Research Council to develop an integrated digital platform that aims to support young people's innovative and creative potential.
The following 2 papers have been accepted for The ACM CHI 2014 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems: Rasmussen, M.K.; Kinch, S.; Grönvall, E.; Petersen, M.G.: Causing Commotion with a Shape-changing Bench - Experiencing Shape-Changing Interfaces in Use and Dalsgaard, P.; Dindler C.: Peepholes: A Bridging Concept for…
DATA Browser 05 Disrupting Business art and activism in times of financial crisis Edited by Tatiana Bazzichelli & Geoff Cox Published by Autonomedia (Winter 2013)
Researchers in PIT in cooperation with CAVI have developed an interactive installation, Ink. After having been presented at the public library in Aarhus with great success, Ink has started off on a wider tour of some of Denmark's other public libraries.