Archive for the To do Category

Studies on experiential orientation by Leaf Van Boven & collegues

Posted in Research, To do on December 26, 2011 by Carina Westling

I need to find more information about these. There were apparently studies published in 2010 on experiential orientation vs. material orientation by Leaf Van Boven and collegues. I think it is this paper:

Van Boven, L., & Campbell, M., & Gilovich, T. (2010). Stigmatizing materialism: On stereotypes and impressions of materialistic versus experiential pursuits. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 551-563.


All About UX

Posted in Research, To do on December 23, 2011 by Carina Westling

A collaborative project, gathering information about the current approaches to UX research: All About UX. I need to track this.

Theories behind UX research and their practical applications

Posted in Research, To do on December 23, 2011 by Carina Westling

This group of researchers are working directly in my field of interest. Exciting! I must revisit this.

Daydreaming vs. engagement

Posted in Random thinking, Research, To do on November 12, 2010 by Carina Westling

This article in New Scientist mentions an iPhone app that has been used to research the effect of daydreaming on mood. For following up.

Strands of thought: Passivity, fine vs. gross motor involvement, engagement, flow, affect. Check.

Notes from talk with Jamie

Posted in Research, To do, Work in progress on August 24, 2010 by Carina Westling

Speak to Marc Garrett, Furtherfield (020 8802 2827, 077 3700 2879)/HTTP Gallery (London).

Research digital arts festivals call-outs, religious organisations, potential corporate sponsors. Responsibility for decision-making/stress link (longer life span with religion), what is the exact feeling that provokes aggressive responses in religious people when challenged? Richard Dawkins??

Look at The Wishing Tree, by Boredom Research.


Posted in Potentially bright ideas, To do on December 15, 2009 by Carina Westling

To do: some sort of presentation of her. Maybe here.

Blob detection package download

Posted in Research, To do, Work in progress on November 25, 2009 by Carina Westling

Download blob detection package, should open in Processing.

Folders need to be copied to Documents/Processing/libraries/ (on a Mac).

and JMyron – folders copied to the same location.