Earlier this year, MAB chairs and University of Sydney Design Lab researchers, Marius Hoggenmüller, Luke Hespanhol, and Martin Tomitsch wrote a paper together, which got accepted for the ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2020.
The paper, entitled “Stop and Smell the Chalk Flowers: A Robotic Probe for Investigating Urban Interaction with Physicalised Displays” explores the topic of urban robots and physicalised displays. To access and read the paper, click here.
CHI2020 was meant to take place last April, in Hawaiʻi. However, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, it was moved to an online format. Therefore, Marius Hoggenmüller, Luke Hespanhol, and Martin Tomitsch presented their paper in an online format, which can be accessed below:
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