My name is Ben. I am a Lecturer in Computer Science at Bournemouth University, where I research Accessibility and HCI.You should follow me on Twitter
May 2019 – CHI 2019 Workshop Accepted:
Addressing the Challenges of Situationally-Induced Impairments and Disabilities in Mobile Interaction
May 2018 – CHI 2018 Full Paper:
MirrorMirror: A Mobile Application to Improve Speechreading Acquisition
March 2018 – PhD Thesis:
A Framework for Speechreading Acquisition Tools
CHI allows authors to respond to reviewer’s feedback through a rebuttal. However, unlike writing your paper, you are not given a lot of time (or characters!) to craft your CHI Rebuttal. Here I share my process and tips!
Recently I had to teach my students how produce a physical computing device using Arduino which talked to Twitter. This tutorial shows you how to let your Arduino communicate with Processing over serial, which then talks to Twitter.
When using Pocketsphinx, you are required to have your audio files in a specific format. Using Audacity for this task works but it sucks. Lets write a bash script to save time!
I wanted to make an openFrameworks app which used Pocketsphinx to do some automatic transcribing of audio files and provide output. In this tutorial I’ll explain how I managed it.
Who doesn’t love some classic arcade gaming fun? Although there are countless versions of these games for our iPhones and tablets, there really is no substitute for the classic arcade stick and the colourful buttons with that vintage clicky feel.