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ContraVisions scoops Golden Mouse

11 April 2010 No Comment

The PRiMMA research team won a prestigious CHI 2010 ‘Golden Mouse’ award for the best research video at the recently held ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2010) in Atlanta. The award winning video presented a novel approach to eliciting user responses to futuristic technologies, called ‘ContraVision’, which involved the construction of symmetric positive and negative depictions of a technology in use.

The videos were produced with the assistance of Tony Coe of Two Cats Can, a professional film production company. The research was conducted as part of the EPSRC funded PRiMMA project which is investigating issues of privacy management for future ubiquitous computing systems.

The award was collected by Clara Mancini, Blaine Price and Bashar Nuseibeh on behalf of the PRiMMA team.

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