Researchers, practitioners and organisations interested in research collaborations with members of Culture Lab should directly contact the academics listed on the people pages for Digital Interaction and Digital Media.
Digital Interaction: a human-computer interaction and ubiquitous computing research group led by Professor Patrick Olivier of the School of Computing Science. The Digital Interaction group’s research primarily focuses on the experience-centred design of innovative digital technologies and systems and challenges of context aware computing. Members of the group come from a wide range of disciplines including computer science, fine arts, psychology, electronic engineering, sociology, clinical sciences, education and design. Webpage: di.ncl.ac.uk
Digital Media: focuses on the critical investigation of technology, their aesthetics and innovative social applications, and the facilitation of collaborative environments as art&science and design&technology to generate inter- and transdisciplinary frameworks with the aim of enhancing practice-based and practice-led research. Principal interests include data visualisation, digital fabrication, electronic performance, open source communities and applications, curatorship and digital arts, and interactive art & interface design and practices with emerging technologies. Webpage: dm.ncl.ac.uk