• Multimodal Nonvisual Computer Interfaces Nov 7, 2015 | No Comments

    Multimodal Nonvisual Computer Interfaces

    Nonvisual computer interaction has largely centered around a keyboard input and audio output paradigm. Dependency on audio as the primary form of information consumption, risks cognitive overload for the indviduals that use these interfaces. This project explores novel ways of communicating these audio only outputs through nonvisual and nonauditory modalities. Establishing new multimodal ways to […]

  • DeskOwl: A New Model for Increasing Information Access and Literacy in the Global South Mar 6, 2015 | No Comments

    DeskOwl: A New Model for Increasing Information Access and Literacy in the Global South

    A model for knowledge sharing that is open, interactive, draws on diverse expertise and experience, and builds a searchable information repository that can be used by multiple communities and organizations.

  • Technologies for Autism: SensoryPaint Nov 1, 2013 | No Comments

    Technologies for Autism: SensoryPaint

    SensoryPaint is an interactive surface with the capability of superimposing the user’s reflection on a projected surface and “painting” this surface with balls of different textures and colors, which was designed to augment traditional therapies. This software uses a Kinect to detect the movements of the user and the balls. The user’s image is reflected on the screen, as well as their shadow superimposed on their reflection.

  • PACK Reminder App Mar 6, 2015 | No Comments

    PACK Reminder App

    A strategy reminder app for parents.

  • BrainTrack Nov 7, 2015 | No Comments

    BrainTrack

    Children suffering from a mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) are currently unlikely to follow recovery protocols and little is known about the recovery process of children who have suffered an mTBI. BrainTrack is a wearable, mobile application specifically designed for children to aid with adherence to their prescribed recovery protocol following an mTBI. By wearing […]

  • Informal Learning at Hackathons Mar 6, 2015 | No Comments

    Informal Learning at Hackathons

    The hackathon phenomenon has taken the world by storm, but corporate priorities of recruitment and production conflict with participants’ intention to learn from the hackathon experience. What factors in hackathons promote learning? How does that learning transfer to school and work? How well do computer science learning outcomes map to learning that happens in hackathons?

  • Technologies for Autism: ActivityCoach Sep 29, 2012 | No Comments

    Technologies for Autism: ActivityCoach

    For many people living with ASD, remembering detailed schedules can be challenging. However, the static representations of those schedules that are normally used as supports do not represent the dynamic nature of life. A well planned day can be disrupted by a late bus or cancelled work. ActivityCoach is a mobile application that provides dynamic […]

  • Gender Transition on Social Networking Sites Oct 1, 2014 | No Comments

    Gender Transition on Social Networking Sites

    Social networking sites often privilege people who fit within expected, static categories. Thus, designing technology and SNS flexible enough to allow for representation of complex identities that emerge as people embark on major life transitions, such as changing gender, is a particular challenge for HCI.

  • Technologies for Autism: Mosoco, An Interactive Social Compass Jan 4, 2011 | No Comments

    Technologies for Autism: Mosoco, An Interactive Social Compass

    Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) often demonstrate impairments in social skills. Social skills training is an effective way to develop age and functioning-level social skills to be used in a variety of situations. One successful curriculum that is currently in use in schools for teaching social skills to students with ASD is the Social Compass.

  • Technologies for Autism: Hygiene Helper Sep 29, 2012 | No Comments

    Technologies for Autism: Hygiene Helper

    Proper hygiene habits are essential for the short and long-term health benefits they provide. They are also key independent living skills for full integration within modern society. A variety of books have been written on the subject, but these provide little to help prompt, remind, and instruct on a daily basis. Mobile technologies provide the […]


Projects
BrainTrack
Nov 7, 2015 | No Comments
Children suffering from a mild Traumatic Brain Injury (mTBI) are currently unlikely to follow recovery protocols and little is...
News
STAR students given best paper nods
Oct 2, 2016 | No Comments
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...

News
STAR students given best paper nods
Oct 2, 2016 | No Comments
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...

Kate Ringland wins ARCS Fellow Scholar Award
Oct 2, 2016 | No Comments
STAR lab gives congratulations to Kate Ringland who was awarded and ARCS Fellow Scholar award for 2016-2018! The National ARCS...

Research makes news
Mar 22, 2016 | No Comments
Understanding Social Media Disclosures of Sexual Abuse Through the Lenses of Support Seeking and Anonymity has been receiving...


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STAR students given best paper nods
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STAR students given best paper nods
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...
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STAR students given best paper nods
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...
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STAR students given best paper nods
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...
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STAR students given best paper nods
We are excited to announce that Kate Ringland et. al. and Oliver Haimson et. al. have both acknowledgement on their recent publications...
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