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Home again after presenting at nordiCHI

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Oct 19 2012

We are now home again after participating in NordiCHI 2012  and presenting our paper:

Aerial Tunes: Exploring Interaction Qualities of Mid-air Displays
Tobias Alrøe, Jonas Grann, Erik Grönvall, Marianne Graves Petersen, Jesper L. Rasmussen

The presentation went very well and we thank all who helped us and all those who had valuable comments.

Aerial Tunes: Exploring Interaction Qualities of Mid-air DisplaysTobias Alrøe, Jonas Grann, Erik Grönvall, Marianne Graves Petersen, Jesper L. Rasmussen

(Dansk) Aerial Tunes På Hovedbiblioteket

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Nov 16 2011

Sorry, this entry is only available in Dansk.

Problems with BASCOM AVR – Random reboots? [Solution]

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Jun 07 2011

BASCOM AVR


Hey! Are you experiencing weird behaviour in your microcontroller?
We have been working on a MCU controlled project for a month now and just discovered the reason to why we have been pulling hair out of our heads. BASCOM/ATMEGA8 fails at concatinating strings!
Even though the manual describes that a concat feature is available by writing a= b+”c”, and we have used this successfully previously, it is error prone!
It made our microcontroller jump to instructions that should not be reachable, made it restart at random and caused very odd behaviour which was hard to debug.
So take caution when concatinating strings in BASCOM!

Music Cubes in UNIvers

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Mar 25 2011

Now there is an article in the uni newspaper, called UNIvers, about our Music Cubes project and us. See the article here (it’s in danish though):

Music Cubes course

0 Comments | This entry was posted on Jan 30 2011

News about the future of Music Cubes!
We have accepted an offer of creating a course around Music Cubes in cooperation with two of our lecturers; Erik Grönvall and Marianne Graves Petersen. The course is based on our project and allows us to continue our work in the direction we find most interesting. We are currently investigating relevant research areas and domains for Music Cubes in order to make a course description and a work plan for the course, which will be in the Q4 this year. The result of the course will be a research paper for a conference, but we haven’t decided on the most relevant conference yet, since this depends on the litterature we will use. As a part of the course we will update this blog with news about our work – so please follow our progress which will hopefully begin before Q4 ; )

APC overstået med vellykket projekt

2 Comments | This entry was posted on Nov 02 2010

Så er vores nyeste projekt, Music Cubes, fra kurset Advanced Physical Computing, tilføjet her på hjemmesiden!
Music Cubes indeholder en helt ny form for interaktion, der kobler sjov leg med musik – det kan varmt anbefales at kigge nærmere på Music Cubes siden!
Læs om projektet, se billederne, se videoen :D