I just attended a most remarkable meeting at the Media Lab at MIT about HEMBI, which stands for Human-Environment Mobile-Based Interactions. Researchers and artists met for 2 days to discuss how they use mobile devices to create interactive and meaningful engagements with the natural world. We heard about the ideas and technologies that are taking the invisible world around us, rendering it sensate (I mean, visual, auditory, experiential), and placing all that information in the palm of your hand.   You can learn more on the HEMBI website.

One of the presenters told us about wordles, beautiful arrangements and piles of words. I made the one below using all the text from my dissertation. To make one yourself, click here!



~ by Ari Daniel on September 16, 2009.

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