Ms Sophie Skach
Email: email@example.comRoom Number: Peter Landin, CS 409
Bridging Arts and Technology (Undergraduate)
This module investigates the relevance of creativity to computers and their applications. Students will develop ideas through a range of artistic practices to see how creativity informs technological development. Student writing will be developed through exploring narratives of technology, such as science fiction, using this as a springboard to understand the protocols and algorithms that underpin the technologies used in the digital world.
Research Interests:Electronic Textiles, Social Interaction, Fabric Sensors, Non-Verbal Behaviour
STEWART RL, SKACH S, BIN SMA (2018). Making Grooves With Needles: Using e-textiles to encourage gender diversity in embedded audio systems design. ACM Designing Interactive Systems
SKACH S, XAMBO A, TURCHET L et al. (2018). Embodied Interactions with E-Textiles and the Internet of Sounds for Performing Arts. ACM Conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interactions
STEWART RL, Skach S (2017). Initial Investigations into Characterizing DIY E-Textile Stretch Sensors. 4th International Conference on Movement Computing