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Ben’s CHI & DiGRA Reflection – Part 1

A Spring of contrasts for me this year, as I was fortunate to be able to attend both the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing (CHI), and the Conference of the Digital Games Research Association (DiGRA) within a few weeks ...

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People and Animals and Computers (and stuff) – Journal club 18.2.2011

The number of people turning up at our weekly Journal Club sessions is increasing far quicker than the number of cakes (see figure 1 for a rough estimation). However, its great to be able to get people from across many disciplines in the University together to talk about computers and ...

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Glossy magazines

Daniel Mills and Sarah Ellis from the Animal Behaviour, Cognition and Welfare group here at the University of Lincoln have written a magazine article that discusses the rationale behind our recent collaborative project 'Tagpuss.' It appears in Octobers edition of "Your Cat" magazine. click here to see a link to ...

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Tagpuss in the news

Tagpuss has been very well received so far - over 50,000 tags by 6,000 users who told us what they think about the emotions of cats. Ben from LiSC and Prof Daniel Mills were interviewed about the project on BBC Lincolnshire on the ...

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New Facebook App TagPuss

Attention Cat Lovers! The Lincoln Social Computing (LiSC) Research Centre, in collaboration with the University of Lincoln Animal Behaviour, Cognition and Welfare Research Centre, have created TAGPUSS, a web project that is investigating how people interpret the emotions of cats. We are inviting you to contribute by tagging cat ...

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Friday 28th – Dogs, cats and video games

Last friday we gave our research centre ‘coffee and cake’ discussion over to the topic of “dogs, cats and video games”. Because of the topic, we opened this discussion up to a wider group than normal, including Duncan Rowland from the Mixed Reality Lab at Nottingham and Daniel Mills ...

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