EDGE lab
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EDGE lab

The Experimental Design and Gaming Environments lab, or EDGE lab, at Ryerson University, works—among other things—on adaptive tech for children with disabilities. Like the High-Low Tech media lab group where I’m taking a course now, EDGE researchers are committed to democratizing materials for maximum customization and replicability. Following the example of the Adaptive Design Association … Continue reading

mark shepard’s CCD-me-not
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mark shepard’s CCD-me-not

This isn’t the first adaptive umbrella I’ve written about, but it’s certainly as timely, and there’s now a prototype in development. Mark Shepard is creating a Sentient City Survival Kit, “set of artifacts for survival in the near-future sentient city”: As computing leaves the desktop and spills out onto the sidewalks, streets and public spaces … Continue reading