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School of Electronic Engineering and Computer Science

Professor Nick Bryan-Kinns, BSc MSc PhD AKC FRSA CEng FBCS PGCAP FHEA MACM

Nick

Professor of Interaction Design

Email: n.bryan-kinns@qmul.ac.uk
Telephone: +44 20 7882 7845
Room Number: Engineering, Eng 405
Website: http://www.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/~nickbk
Twitter: @nickbknickbk
Office Hours: Wednesday 14:30-16:30

Teaching

Interactive Digital Multimedia Techniques (Postgraduate)

This is a Master’s level module in developing real-time interactive digital media systems. It will focus on graphics and sound programming and basic electronic hardware design for sensors and human-computer interfaces. The module will introduce widely used tools and development environments including Arduino (hardware), Processing (graphics), Pure Data (audio), Open Sound Control (networked systems) and Wekinator (interactive machine learning). The class will consist of a combination of lectures, lab sessions, short assignments and a larger project. In general, each class period will contain both the presentation of new material (lecture) and an interactive lab session.

Research

Research Interests:

Nick Bryan-Kinns is Professor of Interaction Design and Director of the EPSRC+AHRC Media and Arts Technology Centre for Doctoral Training at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). He is Guest Professor at Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Distinguished Professor at Wuhan University of Technology, China, and was a Visiting Professor of Interaction Design at Hunan University, China. He is Director of EECS International Joint Ventures, lead for International Partnerships for the AI and Music Centre for Doctoral Training, and leads the Sonic Interaction Design Lab in the Centre for Digital Music at QMUL. Bryan-Kinns is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Fellow of the British Computer Society, and Senior Member of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM). Bryan-Kinns has published award winning international journal and conference papers on his extensively funded user experience research on participatory design, collaboration, mutual engagement, interactive art, cross-modal interaction, and tangible interfaces. Awards include winner of the AT&T and NYU Connect Ability Challenge 2015, and winner of QMUL Public Engagement Awards 2015 and 2017. His research is reported in publications such as the New Scientist, and media outlets such as BBC, and exhibited at venues such as the Science Museum, London. Bryan-Kinns was Deputy Dean for Science and Engineering at QMUL and held a Royal Academy of Engineering Industrial Secondment in recognition of his work on commercialising academic research. He was a Z-Kubator Development Programme Mentor, Zurich University of the Arts, and was a panel member for the National Science Foundation's CreativeIT funding panel, and provided expert consultation for the European Commission's funding of Creativity and ICT. He was Chair of the Steering Committee for the ACM Creativity and Cognition Conference series and was the founding chair of the ACM Creativity, Cognition and Art Community. He chaired the ACM Creativity and Cognition conference 2009, and co-chaired the British Computer Society (BCS) international HCI conference 2006. Prof. Bryan-Kinns is a recipient of the ACM and BCS Recognition of Service Awards. In 1998 he was awarded a Ph.D. in Human Computer Interaction from the University of London.

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Publications

    • Wu Y, Bryan-Kinns N, Zhi J (2022), Exploring visual stimuli as a support for novices’ creative engagement with digital musical interfaces $nameOfConference


    • Ford C, Bryan-Kinns N (2022), Identifying Engagement in Children's Interaction whilst Composing Digital Music at Home ACM Conference on Creativity & Cognition


    • Zheng J, Bryan-Kinns N (2022), Squeeze, Twist, Stretch: Exploring Deformable Digital Musical Interfaces Design Through Non-Functional Prototypes NIME 2022


    • Zhang M, Stewart R, Bryan-Kinns N (2022), Integrating Interactive Technology Concepts With Material Expertise in Textile Design Disciplines $nameOfConference


    • Zheng J, Bryan-Kinns N, McPherson AP (2022), Material Matters: Exploring Materiality in Digital Musical Instruments Design Designing Interactive Systems Conference


    • Bryan-Kinns N, Wang W, Ji T (2022), Qi2He: A co-design framework inspired by eastern epistemology $nameOfConference


    • Robson N, Bryan-Kinns N, Mcpherson A (2022), On mediating space, sound and experience: interviews with situated sound art practitioners $nameOfConference


    • Soave F, Bryan-Kinns N, Farkhatdinov I (2022), Designing Audio Feedback to Enhance Motion Perception in Virtual Reality $nameOfConference


    • Zhang J, Bryan-Kinns N (2022), QiaoLe: Accessing Traditional Chinese Musical Instruments in VR $nameOfConference


    • Bryan-Kinns N, Banar B, Ford C et al. (2021), Exploring XAI for the Arts: Explaining Latent Space in Generative Music NeurIPS 2021 - eXplainable AI Approaches for Debugging and Diagnosis Workshop

    • Pan J, Dong H, Bryan-Kinns N (2021), Perception and initial adoption of mobile health services of older adults in london: Mixed methods investigation $nameOfConference


    • Jing C, Bryan-Kinns N, Yang S et al. (2021), The influence of mobile phone location and screen orientation on driving safety and the usability of car-sharing software in-car use $nameOfConference


    • Soave F, Padma Kumar A, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2021), Exploring Terminology for Perception of Motion in Virtual Reality $nameOfConference


    • Ford C, Bryan-Kinns N, Nash C (2021), Creativity in Children's Digital Music Composition New Instruments for Music Expression


    • Ratcliffe J, Soave F, Hoover M et al. (2021), Remote XR Studies: Exploring Three Key Challenges of Remote XR Experimentation $nameOfConference


    • Ratclife J, Soave F, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2021), Extended reality (xr) remote research: A survey of drawbacks and opportunities $nameOfConference


    • Nonnis A, Bryan-Kinns N (2021), Olly: A tangible for togetherness $nameOfConference


    • Soave F, Farkhatdinov I, Bryan-Kinns N (2021), Multisensory teleportation in virtual reality applications $nameOfConference


    • Liang A, Stewart R, Freire R et al. (2021), Knit Stretch Sensor Placement for Body Movement Sensing $nameOfConference


    • Ratcliffe J, Soave F, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2021), Extended Reality (XR) Remote Research: a Survey of Drawbacks and Opportunities $nameOfConference


    • Ratcliffe J, Soave F, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2021), Extended Reality (XR) Remote Research: a Survey of Drawbacks and Opportunities. $nameOfConference

    • Ratcliffe J, Soave F, Hoover M et al. (2021), Remote XR Studies: Exploring Three Key Challenges of Remote XR Experimentation. $nameOfConference

    • Fang Y, Ou J, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2021), Using Vibrotactile Device in Music Therapy to Support Wellbeing for People with Alzheimer’s Disease $nameOfConference


    • Daniele A, Di Bernardi Luft C, Bryan-Kinns N (2021), “What Is Human?” A Turing Test for Artistic Creativity $nameOfConference


    • Zhang H, Zhang K, Bryan-Kinns N (2020), Exploiting the emotional preference of music for music recommendation in daily activities $nameOfConference


    • Kim R, Thomas S, Van Dierendonck R et al. (2020), Working with Nature's Lag: Initial Design Lessons for Slow Biotic Games $nameOfConference


    • Soave F, Bryan-Kinns N, Farkhatdinov I (2020), A Preliminary Study on Full-Body Haptic Stimulation on Modulating Self-Motion Perception in Virtual Reality Salento AVR 2020


    • Wang W, Bryan-Kinns N, Sheridan JG (2020), On the role of in-situ making and evaluation in designing across cultures $nameOfConference


    • Edlin L, Liu Y, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2020), Exploring Augmented Reality as Craft Material $nameOfConference


    • Kim R, Thomas S, Dierendonck RV et al. (2020), Working with Nature's Lag: Initial Design Lessons for Slow Biotic Games. $nameOfConference

    • Liang A, Stewart R, Bryan-Kinns N (2019), Design of Textile Knitted Stretch Sensors for Dance Movement Sensing International Conference on the Challenges, Opportunities, Innovations and Applications in Electronic Textiles


    • Men L, Bryan-Kinns N, Bryce L (2019), Designing spaces to support collaborative creativity in shared virtual environments $nameOfConference


    • Liang A, Stewart R, Freire R et al. (2019), Effect of bonding and washing on electronic textile stretch sensor properties $nameOfConference


    • Liang A, Stewart R, Bryan-Kinns N (2019), Analysis of sensitivity, linearity, hysteresis, responsiveness, and fatigue of textile knit stretch sensors $nameOfConference


    • Men L, Bryan-Kinns N (2019), LeMo: Exploring virtual space for collaborative creativity $nameOfConference


    • Deacon T, Bryan-Kinns N, Healey PGT et al. (2019), Shaping sounds: The role of gesture in collaborative spatial music composition $nameOfConference


    • Nonnis A, Bryan-Kinns NN (2019), Mazi: a Tangible Toy for Collaborative Play between Children with Autism IDC '19


    • Nonnis A, Bryan-Kinns N (2019), Mazi: Tangible technologies as a channel for collaborative play $nameOfConference


    • Heitlinger S, Bryan-Kinns N, Comber R (2019), The right to the sustainable smart city $nameOfConference


    • Men L, Bryan-Kinns N (2018), LeMo: Supporting Collaborative Music Making in Virtual Reality $nameOfConference


    • Goodman L, Bryan-Kinns N, Wu Y et al. (2018), WEAR Sustain Network: Ethical and Sustainable Technology Innovation in Wearables and Etextiles $nameOfConference


    • Hu Y, Du X, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2018), Identifying divergent design thinking through the observable behavior of service design novices $nameOfConference


    • Heitlinger S, Bryan-Kinns N, Comber R (2018), Connected seeds and sensors: Co-designing internet of things for sustainable smart cities with urban food-growing communities $nameOfConference


    • Wu Y, Bryan-Kinns N (2018), Musicking with an interactive musical system: The effects of task motivation and user interface mode on non-musicians’ creative engagement $nameOfConference


    • Bryan-Kinns N (2018), Case Study of Data Mining Mutual Engagement $nameOfConference


    • Bryan-Kinns N, Wang W, Ji T (2018), Exploring interactivity and co-creation in rural China $nameOfConference


    • Bryan-Kinns N, Wang W, Wu Y (2018), Thematic Analysis for Sonic Interaction Design $nameOfConference


    • BIN SMA, BRYAN-KINNS N, MCPHERSON AP (2018), Risky business: Disfluency as a design strategy New Interfaces for Musical Expression

    • Baker C, Ranaivoson H, Greinke B et al. (2018), Wear: Wearable technologists engage with artists for responsible innovation: Processes and progress $nameOfConference


    • STOCKMAN AG, METATLA O (2018), “I Hear You”: Understanding Awareness Information Exchange in an Audio-only Workspace Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.


    • Bengler B, Martin F, Bryan-Kinns N (2018), Collidoscope $nameOfConference


    • Milo A, Bryan-Kinns N, Reiss JD (2018), Graphical research tools for acoustic design training: Capturing perception in architectural settings $nameOfConference


    • Bengler B, Martin F, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2017), Demo hour $nameOfConference


    • Bin SMA, Bryan-Kinns N, McPherson A (2017), Hands where we can see them! Investigating the impact of gesture size on audience perception International Computer Music Conference

    • BIN SMA, MORREALE F, BRYAN-KINNS N et al. (2017), In-the-moment and beyond: Combining post-hoc and real time data for the study of audience perception of electronic music performance ACM Interact 2017


    • Wu Y, Bryan-Kinns N (2017), Supporting non-musicians' creative engagement with musical interfaces $nameOfConference


    • Men L, Bryan-Kinns N, Hassard AS et al. (2017), The impact of transitions on user experience in virtual reality IEEE VR 2017


    • Wu Y, Zhang L, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2017), Open Symphony: Creative Participation for Audiences of Live Music Performances $nameOfConference


    • Wu Y, Bryan-Kinns N, Wang W et al. (2017), Designing a cross-cultural interactive music box through meaning construction $nameOfConference


    • Tez HE, Bryan-Kinns N (2017), Exploring the effect of interface constraints on live collaborative music improvisation. $nameOfConference

    • Milo A, Bryan-Kinns N, Reiss J (2017), Influences of a key on soundwalk exploration with a textile sonic map $nameOfConference

    • Pan J, Kinns NB, Dong H (2017), Mobile technology adoption among older people - an exploratory study in the UK $nameOfConference


    • Mazzoni A, Bryan-Kinns N (2016), Mood Glove: A haptic wearable prototype system to enhance mood music in film $nameOfConference


    • KNECHT KG, Bryan-Kinns N, Shoop K (2016), Usability and Design of Personal Wearable and Portable Devices for Thermal Comfort British HCI 2016

    • BIN SMA, MCPHERSON AP, BRYAN-KINNS N (2016), Skip the Pre-Concert Demo: How Technical Familiarity and Musical Style Affect Audience Response New Interfaces for Musical Expression

    • Martin F, Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2016), Accessible Spectrum Analyser Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on Auditory Display - ICAD 2016


    • Mazzoni A, Bryan-Kinns N (2016), Moody: Haptic sensations to enhance mood in film music $nameOfConference


    • Hayes K, BARTHET M, Wu Y et al. (2016), A Participatory Live Music Performance with the Open Symphony System ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI): Interactivity


    • England D, Latulipe C, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2016), Art.CHI II: Digital art in a post-digital world $nameOfConference


    • Metatla O, Martin F, Parkinson A et al. (2016), Audio-haptic interfaces for digital audio workstations: A participatory design approach $nameOfConference


    • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T et al. (2016), Sonification of reference markers for auditory graphs: effects on non-visual estimation tasks $nameOfConference


    • Wang W, Bryan-Kinns N, Ji T (2016), Using community engagement to drive co-creation in rural China $nameOfConference

    • Metatla O, Martin F, Parkinson A et al. (2016), Audio-haptic interfaces for digital audio workstations. $nameOfConference


    • Metatla O, Correia N, Martin F et al. (2016), Tap the ShapeTones: Exploring the Effects of Crossmodal Congruence in an Audio-Visual Interface $nameOfConference


    • Shoop K, Knecht K, Bryan-Kinns N (2016), Usability and design of personal wearable and portable devices for thermal comfort in shared work environments $nameOfConference


    • Mazzoni A, Bryan-Kinns N (2015), How does it feel like? An exploratory study of a prototype system to convey emotion through haptic wearable devices $nameOfConference


    • Morgan E, Gunes H, Bryan-Kinns N (2015), Using affective and behavioural sensors to explore aspects of collaborative music making $nameOfConference


    • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T et al. (2015), Sonification of reference markers for auditory graphs: Effects on non-visual point estimation tasks $nameOfConference


    • Feng F, Stockman T, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2015), An investigation into the comprehension of map information presented in audio $nameOfConference


    • KNECHT KG, Bryan-Kinns N, Shoop K (2015), Assessing Comfort in Open-Plan Offices on Campus – Which Comfort Parameters Matter? 11th Biennial Conference on Environmental Psychology 2015

    • Bengler B, Bryan-Kinns N (2015), "i could play here for hours.." (thinks the visitor and leaves) why people disengage from public interactives $nameOfConference


    • McDonald S, Kirk D, Bryan-Kinns N (2015), Nature bot: Experiencing nature in the built environment $nameOfConference


    • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T et al. (2015), Designing with and for people living with visual impairments: audio-tactile mock-ups, audio diaries and participatory prototyping $nameOfConference


    • Mazzoni A, Bryan-Kinns N (2015), How Does It Feel Like? An Exploratory Study of a Prototype System to Convey Emotion through Haptic Wearable Devices. $nameOfConference


    • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T et al. (2015), Sonifications for digital audio workstations: Reflections on a participatory design approach. $nameOfConference

    • Morgan E, Gunes H, Bryan-Kinns N (2015), The LuminUs: Providing musicians with visual feedback on the gaze and body motion of their co-performers $nameOfConference


    • Metatla O, Martin F, Stockman T et al. (2014), Non-Visual Menu Navigation: the Effect of an Audio-Tactile Display $nameOfConference


    • Bengler B, Bryan-Kinns N (2014), Polymetros $nameOfConference


    • Kim S, Kim J, Lee S et al. (2014), Demo hour $nameOfConference


    • England D, Candy L, Spence J et al. (2014), Art and interaction SIG: Cataloging the digital arts $nameOfConference


    • England D, Edmonds E, Spence J et al. (2014), Curating the digital: Spaces for art and interaction $nameOfConference


    • Bengler B, Bryan-Kinns N (2014), In the Wild: Evaluating Collaborative Interactive Musical Experiences in Public Settings $nameOfConference


    • Morgan E, Gunes H, Bryan-Kinns N (2014), Instrumenting the Interaction: Affective and Psychophysiological Features of Live Collaborative Musical Improvisation $nameOfConference

    • Bryan-Kinns N (2014), Mutual Engagement in Digitally Mediated Public Art $nameOfConference


    • Metatla O, Martin F, Stockman T et al. (2014), Non-visual menu navigation: The effect of an audio-tactile display $nameOfConference


    • Diao H, Zhou Y, Harte CA et al. (2014), Sketch-Based Musical Composition and Performance. $nameOfConference

    • Heitlinger S, Bryan-Kinns N, Jefferies J (2014), The talking plants: An interactive system for grassroots urban food-growing communities $nameOfConference


    • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T et al. (2013), Activity theory as a tool for identifying design patterns in cross-modal collaborative interaction $nameOfConference


    • Meckin D, Bryan-Kinns N (2013), MoosikMasheens: Music, motion and narrative with young people who have complex needs $nameOfConference


    • Heitlinger S, Bryan-Kinns N (2013), Understanding performative behaviour within content-rich Digital Live Art $nameOfConference


    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Fencott R (2013), Computer Musicking: HCI, CSCW and Collaborative Digital Musical Interaction. $nameOfConference


    • Bengler B, Bryan-Kinns N (2013), Designing collaborative musical experiences for broad audiences. $nameOfConference


    • Morgan E, Gunes H, Bryan-Kinns N (2013), Measuring Affect for the Study and Enhancement of Co-Present Creative Collaboration Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction (ACII'13)


    • Bryan-Kinns N (2013), Mutual engagement and collocation with shared representations $nameOfConference


    • England D, Bryan-Kinns N (2013), Preface $nameOfConference

    • Heitlinger S, Bryan-Kinns N, Jefferies J (2013), Sustainable HCI for grassroots urban food-growing communities $nameOfConference


    • Murray-Browne T, Mainstone D, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2013), The serendiptichord: Reflections on the collaborative design process between artist and researcher $nameOfConference


    • Heitlinger S, Bryan-Kinns N, Jefferies J (2013), UbiComp for grassroots urban food-growing communities. $nameOfConference


    • Heitlinger S, Bryan-Kinns N (2013), Understanding performative behaviour within content-rich Digital Live Art $nameOfConference


    • Barden P, Comber R, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2012), The telematic dinner party $nameOfConference


    • Williams K, Meckin D, Stockman T et al. (2012), Embedded Research in the Design of Interactive Technologies for Children with Special Educational Needs: An Account of Research in Progress $nameOfConference


    • Barden P, Comber R, Green D et al. (2012), Telematic dinner party: Designing for togetherness through play and performance $nameOfConference


    • Heitlinger S, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T et al. (2012), The Talking Quilt – Augmenting Domestic Objects for Communal Meaning-Making $nameOfConference


    • Bryan-Kinns N, Sheridan JG (2012), Visualising Mutual Engagement $nameOfConference


    • England D, Fantauzzacoffin J, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2012), Digital art: Evaluation, appreciation, critique (invited SIG) $nameOfConference


    • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T (2012), Interactive hierarchy-based auditory displays for accessing and manipulating relational diagrams $nameOfConference


    • Fencott R, Bryan-Kinns N (2012), Audio delivery and territoriality in collaborative digital musical interaction. $nameOfConference


    • Bryan-Kinns N (2012), Mutual engagement and collocation with shared representations $nameOfConference


    • Martin F, T S, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2012), Supporting Cross-modal Collaboration in the Workplace HCI 2012 - People and Computers XXVI


    • STOCKMAN AG, Bryan-Kinns N, Metatla O (2012), The effects of Using Headphones and Speakers on Collaboration in an Audio-only Workspace $nameOfConference

    • England D, Bryan-Kinns N, Edmonds E et al. (2011), Digital arts and interaction $nameOfConference


    • Sheridan JG, Marshall J, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2011), Graffito: Crowd-based performative interaction at festivals $nameOfConference


    • Bryan-Kinns N (2011), Annotating Distributed Scores for Mutual Engagement in Daisyphone and Beyond $nameOfConference


    • England D, Edmonds EA, Sheridan JG et al. (2011), Digital arts and interaction (invited). $nameOfConference

    • Metatla O, BRYAN-KINNS N, Stockman T (2011), Interactive Hierarchy-Based Auditory Displays for Accessing and Manipulating Relational Diagrams $nameOfConference


    • Bryan-Kinns N (2011), Mutual Engagement in Social Music Making $nameOfConference


    • Browne TM, Mainstone D, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2011), The Medium is the Message: Composing Instruments and Performing Mappings. $nameOfConference

    • Edmonds E, Bryan-Kinns N (2010), Editorial $nameOfConference


    • Murray-Browne T, Mainstone D, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2010), The Serendiptichord: A wearable instrument for contemporary dance performance $nameOfConference

    • Fencott R, Bryan-Kinns N (2010), Hey Man, You're Invading my Personal Space ! Privacy and Awareness in Collaborative Music. $nameOfConference

    • Bryan-Kinns N, Fencott R, Metatla O et al. (2010), Interactional Sound and Music: Listening to CSCW, Sonification, and Sound Art. $nameOfConference

    • Marshall J, Airantzis D, Angus A et al. (2010), SENSORY THREADS $nameOfConference


    • Edmonds E, Bryan-Kinns N (2010), Special Issue: Creativity and Cognition $nameOfConference


    • Stowell D, Robertson A, Bryan-Kinns N et al. (2009), Evaluation of live human-computer music-making: Quantitative and qualitative approaches $nameOfConference


    • Bryan-Kinns N (2009), Everyday Creativity $nameOfConference

    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Hamilton F (2009), Identifying Mutual Engagement $nameOfConference


    • (2009), Proceedings of the 7th Conference on Creativity & Cognition, Berkeley, California, USA, October 26-30, 2009 $nameOfConference

    • Bryan-Kinns N, Airantzis D, Angus A et al. (2009), Sensory Threads: Perceiving the Imperceptible $nameOfConference


    • Fencott R, Bryan-Kinns N (2009), Sensory threads: Sonifying imperceptible phenomena in the wild $nameOfConference

    • Metatla OB-KN, Stockman T (2008), Comparing Interaction Strategies for Constructing Diagrams in an Audio-only Interface $nameOfConference


    • Robertson A, Plumbley MD, BRYAN-KINNS N (2008), A Turing Test for B-Keeper: Evaluating an Interactive Real-Time Beat-Tracker New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME'08)

    • Robertson A, Plumbley MD, Bryan-Kinns N (2008), A Turing Test for B-Keeper: Evaluating an Interactive. $nameOfConference

    • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T (2008), Comparing interaction strategies for constructing diagrams in an audio-only interface. $nameOfConference

    • Metatla O, BRYAN-KINNS N, Stockman T (2008), Constructing Relational Diagrams in Audio: The Multiple Perspective Hierarchical Approach ASSETS 2008


    • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T (2008), Constructing relational diagrams in audio: the multiple perspective hierarchical approach. $nameOfConference

    • Sheridan JG, BRYAN-KINNS N (2008), Designing for Performative Tangible Interaction $nameOfConference


    • Stowell D, Plumbley MD, Bryan-Kinns N (2008), Discourse analysis evaluation method for expressive musical interfaces 8th International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME 2008)

    • Thiebaut J-B, Healey PGT, BRYAN-KINNS N (2008), Drawing Electroacoustic Music International Computer Music Conference (ICMC)

    • Thiebaut J-B, Abdallah S, Robertson A et al. (2008), Real Time Gesture Learning and Recognition: Towards Automatic Categorization New Interfaces for Music Expression (NIME)

    • McEwan T, Bryan-Kinns N, England D et al. (2007), A conference panel - But not as we know it! $nameOfConference


    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Sheridan GJ, Bayliss A (2007), The interior life of iPoi: Objects that entice witting transitions in performative behaviour $nameOfConference


    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Healey P, Leach J (2007), Exploring Mutual Engagement in Creative Collaborations 6th Creativity & Cognition Conference, Jurys Hotel, Washington, USA, June 13-15 2007


    • Metatla O, BRYAN-KINNS N, Stockman T (2007), Auditory External Representation: Exploring and Evaluating the Design and Learnability of an Auditory UML Diagram ICAD 2007

    • Bryan-Kinns N, Healey PGT, Papworth D et al. (2007), Cues to common knowledge $nameOfConference


    • Sheridan JG, BRYAN-KINNS N (2007), Encouraging Witting Participation and Performance in Digital Live Art HCI 2007


    • Metatla O, BRYAN-KINNS N, Stockman T (2007), Using Hierarchies to Support Non-Visual Access to Relational Diagrams HCI 2007


    • Metatla O, Bryan-Kinns N, Stockman T (2007), Using hierarchies to support non-visual access to relational diagrams. $nameOfConference

    • Metatla OB-KNST (2006), A Model for Structuring UML Class Diagrams to Support Non-Visual Interpretation and Navigation $nameOfConference

    • Nabavian S, BRYAN-KINNS N (2006), Analysing Group Creativity: A Distributed Cognitive Study of Joint Music Composition Cognitive Science

    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Healey PGT (2006), Decay in Collaborative Music Making NIME 2006

    • Bryan-Kinns N, Healey PGT, Lee J (2005), Persistence in web based collaborations $nameOfConference


    • BOURGUET M, Bryan-Kinns N, Plaha M (2005), Computer Assisted Learning for Young Bilinguals $nameOfConference

    • Healey PGT, Leach J, BRYAN-KINNS N (2005), Inter-Play: Understanding Group Music Improvisation as a Form of Everyday Interaction Less is More — Simple Computing in an Age of Complexity

    • Pearmain A, LALMAS M, Bryan-Kinns N (2005), Personalised Enriched Broadcast Experience $nameOfConference

    • BRYAN-KINNS N (2004), Daisyphone: The Design and Impact of a Novel Environment for Remote Group Music Improvisation Proceedings of Designing Interactive Systems (DIS 2004) , Cambridge, Mass, USA 1-4 August 2004


    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Healey P (2004), "Daisyphone: Support for Remote Music Collaboration" Proceedings of International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME 04)

    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Broadbent P (2004), Anthropomorphizing mass communication $nameOfConference


    • BRYAN-KINNS N (2004), Mobile group music improvisation Proceedings of International Engagability and Design (IDEC)

    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Healey P, Thirlwell M (2003), "Gudar A Novel Group Music Instrument" Proceedings of IFIP TC 13 International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (INTERACT' 03)

    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Healey P, Leach J et al. (2003), Designing for Group Creativity Supplementary Proceedings of HCI International 2003

    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Healey P, Thirlwell M (2003), Graphical Representation for Musical Improvisation Proc of 2nd International Workshop on Interactive Graphical Communication

    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Chong M, Broadbent P (2003), The Evolution of Mass Communication in the Interactive World Proceedings of HCI 2003, Volume 2

    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Hamilton F (2002), One for all and all for one? Case studies of prototypes in commercial projects NORDICHI 2002


    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Stelmaszewska H, Blandford A (2001), Use of Multiple Digital Libraries: A Case Study Proceedings of the First ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL'01), Roanoke, Virginia, United States


    • BRYAN-KINNS N, Hamilton F, Lif M et al. (2001), Prototypes - Representations with Political Agenda $nameOfConference

    • Bryan-Kinns N, Lif M, Hamilton F et al. (2001), Prototypes in Web-Site Design — Representations with Political Agenda $nameOfConference


    • Blandford A, Stelmaszewska H, Bryan-Kinns N (2001), Use of multiple digital libraries: A case study $nameOfConference


    • BRYAN-KINNS N (2000), A Framework for Supporting Reuse in Hypermedia $nameOfConference


    • Healey PGT, Bryan-Kinns N (2000), Analysing asynchronous collaboration $nameOfConference

    • BRYAN-KINNS N (2000), VCMF: A Framework for Video Content Modelling $nameOfConference


    • Kindberg T, BRYAN-KINNS N, Makwana R (1999), Supporting the Shared Care of Diabetic Patients ACM GROUP 99


    • BRYAN-KINNS N (1998), A Framework for Modelling Video Content $nameOfConference

    • BRYAN-KINNS N (1998), Modelling Video in Hypermedia Euromedia 98

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