Hacking a router to make a wireless network of energy monitoring devices. Photo by Jon Bird 2010.

Hacking a router to make a wireless network of energy monitoring devices. Photo by Jon Bird 2010.

El wire display prototype by Rachel Entwhistle. Photo by John Anderson 2010.

El wire display prototype by Rachel Entwhistle. Photo by John Anderson 2010.

Links

This page has links to research groups, individual researchers and projects that are participating in, or related to, the CHANGE project.

Research Labs

Pervasive Interaction Lab, Open University, home to Yvonne Rogers and Jon Bird, respectively principal investigator and research fellow on the CHANGE project.

Interaction Research Studio, Goldsmiths, directed by Bill Gaver, co-investigator on the CHANGE project.

Mixed Reality Laboratory, Nottingham University, home of Tom Rodden, co-investigator on the CHANGE project.

Hi Lo Tech Group, MIT Media Lab, directed by Leah Buechley who is leading a technology camp organized by the CHANGE project.

Researchers

Projects we like

C02 Corset, Kristin O'Friel, ITP. A corset that tightens as C02 levels increase.

Can I turn it on?, Tom Dyson, a website that shows the real-time demand on the UK electricity grid and lets you know whether it's a good time to switch on an electrical device or not.

Tea Light, James Gardner and Chris Adams. A globe that changes colour according to demand on the UK electricity grid and which is placed near to a kettle. If the globe is glowing red then wait until demand drops; if it's green then go ahead and make a brew.