I work in a small high tech group at a R&D company. We are developing some interactive systems for a heads-up display, and I'm looking to get feedback on my design work. Basically our options right now are to publish to big academic conferences like CHI or UIST, or basically keep totally quiet. The problem is that our work is not JUST scientific or JUST academic, but also we have more visual and interactive design stuff that communities like CHI don't critique the same way that say a community on behance.net would criticize.
Thanks to everyone for submitting your videos for this year's Student Design Challenge - to develop a vision of “Playful Technology” - made possible with the support of Interaction and Experience Research (IXR) at Intel Labs.
We've received 48 entries in response to this year's brief. Your entries came from countries including United States, Colombia, Israel, Denmark, Italy, India, Australia, Canada, Switzerland and Malaysia.
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