Monthly Archives: March 2013

Oxygen – Play this week in Luxembourg

Decidedly non technical in it’s approach, the play takes a lively and witty look at the events leading up to that exciting moment when oxygen burst onto the European stage as a vitally important element in our understanding of the … Continue reading

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Paper: Reducing Traffic Congestion Through Pervasive Gaming

Last year we presented a short position paper at the “Workshop on the Car as An Arena for Gaming” which was held during MobileHCI 2012. It was chosen as the best paper from the workshop and we have subsequently published … Continue reading

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I-GEAR Driver Simulator Makes Some More Progress

In addition to the driver diaries work our car simulator is taking more rapid shape. Although a large part of it has been running since last year there is always more to be done or improvements to be made. The … Continue reading

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Interview on Radio ARA, Luxembourg

This morning my colleague (Martin Kracheel) and I did an interview on Radio ARA about our work in the I-GEAR project. We are looking for participants to take part in our driver diaries study here in Luxembourg. You can listen to … Continue reading

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Updated: Evernote on Linux

Officially there is no nice Evernote client for Linux unless you decide to use the web version inside Chrome.  If however you install WINE (a Windows API layer) it is possible to get it running without any problems. If you … Continue reading

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