Stones is a project funded by the University of Central Lancashire to develop a mobile game suitable for children from all corners of the world to play.
This post details the progression of this project which investigates how mobile technology can be used to conquer the language barrier between students within different countries.
The project aim is to explore, with High School students (Year 8), the effect of trees on climate and air quality.
This research project looks to build technologies that will empower children to make better-informed decisions that relate to the maintenance of their privacy.
This research project proposes a new paradigm of interactive technology interfaces referred to as interventional agent interfaces (IAIs).
The future of computing technology will extremely exciting and will focus as much on humans, social media and user experiences as it does on bits, bytes and computing code.
BabblePlay responds to your child’s vocalizations with fun colourful moving shapes, encouraging your child to vocalise more.
Approximately 50 children from the UK produced design ideas for a serious game relating to water-borne diseases and the importance of handwashing.