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Nieuws van Awareness Lab kunt u volgen via Facebook, Twitter en Tools for awareness blog waar u de voortgang van verschillende projecten kunt volgen. Hiernaast vindt u samenvattingen van deze bronnen.

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Sinds gisteren staat mijn installatie Virtual View opgesteld in de video cabine van het Amphia ziekenhuis Breda, locatie Langendijk. Kom gerust kij...
Posted: 26/05/2015
Lezing bij #BKKC: Virtual View, ontwikkeling van een art-science toepassing
Posted: 21/05/2015
Morgen ga ik alle ins en outs vertellen over het maakproces van Virtual View bij BKKC: http://www.bkkc.nl/agenda/2015-mei/inspiratiedag-who-cares-3...
Posted: 20/05/2015
Foto van mij voor mijn nieuwe werk op de expositie Who cares? #3. Nog tot 28 juni te zien bij BKKC.


Posted: 01/05/2015

Laatste blog berichten van het tools for awareness ontwikkel blog

In experiment three I wanted to see if adding movement to visual content had a bigger lowering effect on heart-rate and subjective stress then just using a still. And I wanted to know if variables like heart-rate and skin conductance … Continue reading
Posted: 23/04/2015
For the design of the third experiment I got advice from Petra van der Schaaf, environmental psychologist. The main research question for this experiment is: does animation have added value in the restorative effect of natural stimuli? So far I’ve … Continue reading
Posted: 26/03/2015
I’m still working hard on my animation. It’s going a bit slower then anticipated (what else is new) but I’m confident that I’ll have a nice, representative animation finished for the experiment. As an inventory, these are the elements that … Continue reading
Posted: 18/02/2015
The past month I’ve been working on my landscape animation. By chance I discovered a great book by Daniel Shiffman called The nature of code. The book explains how to convert natural forces into code. I’m working through the book … Continue reading
Posted: 25/01/2015
The last weeks I’ve been working on designing and researching my third experiment. The next step will be to introduce animation and to study its effects. I was curious to see if there had already been research into the effect … Continue reading
Posted: 06/01/2015