In a short paper for the CHIIR conference 2020, we explored the question of how to design user interfaces for searching and retrieving 3D models in a digital humanities context.
For the Virtual Interiors project, I was embedded at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision. In a blogpost on their site, I discuss the creation of an interactive visualization of a historical radio from the 1920s.
The Virtual Interiors project focuses on creating 2D and 3D user interfaces for big historical data. Role: designer/researcher
During the Digital Humanities Benelux 2019 conference in Liège, our paper received the best paper award. It looked at novel and visual ways to support scholars’ interpretation of audiovisual sources through temporal content exploration.
For the MusicLab vol.1 event, I created a trailer, visualizing audience sensor data & video footage. Role: video editor, data visualizer
During the past years, I have given the following talks, invited talks, tutorials and conference presentations: NEW: “The Multi-Stage Experience: the Simulated Work Task Approach to Studying Information Seeking Stages”. Paper presentation (Huurdeman, Kamps, Wilson). CHIIR 2019 Workshop on Barriers to Interactive IR Resources Re-use, Glasgow, United Kingdom. March 2019. Slides. NEW: “VR: Past, Present …
For the HackaLOD 2018 challenge, we created ‘Jamie LOD-iver’, a tool to search historical recipes – winning the 1st prize.
The ReVI project focuses on enhancing the Resource Viewer of the CLARIAH Media Suite. Role: designer/developer
Rethinking Visual Navigation for Library Collections is a teaser trailer shown at the VIRAK conference in 2017.
Search engines increasingly serve as the prime intermediaries between user and information. Their features have converged to a very streamlined set: a single search box and 10 ‘blue links’. However, in the context of complex tasks involving learning and knowledge construction, the search process is far from straightforward, as various information seeking models have evidenced. …