We use a mixed-methods approach in our research, combining theory with field work and co-design, and controlled studies with in-situ evaluations.
Current projects include:
- Inclusive social play technologies for autistic and neurotypical children
- Inclusive education technologies for blind and sighted children
- Crossmodal correspondences in HCI
- Multisensory Shape-Changing Interfaces
- Cross-sensory social play for the early development of blind and sighted pre-schoolers
- Joint attention in blind and visually impaired children and their sighted peers
- Hybrid technologies for community spaces inclusive of people living with dementia and their social groups
- Olfactory displays in exergames for people with dementia
- Inclusive VR experiences for people living with limb differences
- Synaesthesia in audio-visual digital art practice
- Self-management tools to support patients with Atopic Dermatitis (eczema).
Check example projects below, and our publications page for more project details