Klasien and James

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November 4, 2012

Klasien is a specialist in interaction and user experience design. The last few years she focussed on mobile design, augmented reality and interaction in (public) spaces. She has worked, for example, with Layar and Mediamatic Lab. Check out her projects at www.klasien.nl

Together with Chris Waring, Klasien presented a new concept for a mobile audio tour at Audio Hackday in Berlin. Kijkruimte asked Klasien to continue with this project at Kijkruimte. James Bryan Graves joined the team for the Kijkruimte project to develop the iPhone app. In the project they are experimenting with new ways of experiencing audio tours on a mobile phone. The project contains two experiments, one is purely aural and works without any visual interface, the other one one consists purely of visual clues.

 

 

James Bryan Graves is programmer who is primarily involved around the Amsterdam Startup scene, but also has a keen interest in technology in art.  His projects have included the FabWallpaper which exhibited in the Les Arts Decoratifs in the Lourve, Paris in 2010, and algorithms for computer music improvisation which performed along side a chamber group at Indiana University in 2009.  James is also organizer of the largest regularly meeting tech group in Amsterdam, Hackers and Founders.

 


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