Critical Playshop - Ubiquitous Sensing

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Critical Playshop - Perception is the first of a series of [Critical Playshops] in partnership with the Cultural Research In Technology (CRIT) research group at Indiana University Bloomington's School of Informatics and Computing, and with Intel's ISTC-Social Computing program.

Playshop Plan




April 12th and 13th, from 1pm to 5pm each day


We want an even mix of Bloominglabs members or affiliates and non-members from the community. If you are interested in participating, please contact Austin Toombs at altoombs [at] indiana [dot] edu. (We will try to set up an eventbrite listing for this event as well).

Due to space limitations, we are limiting signup to around 10 Bloominglabs affiliates and 10 non-Bloominglabs affiliates.

Age Limit

At this time we ask that only those age 18 or older participate. Future [Critical Playshops] will try to be more inclusive of younger audiences, but current limitations prevent us from doing so at this time.

Technology Consultant Volunteers

The Bloominglabs affiliates who are participating in the event will be working on their own projects, and will not necessarily be available for project consultation. We are, however, looking for volunteers who are willing to help consult other's projects. Please contact Austin Toombs at altoombs [at] indiana [dot] edu if you are interested in participating as a technology consultant volunteer.


Attendance is not mandatory for both days to be able to participate in the playshop. Those who want to finish the playshop all in the first day are welcome to do so, and those who wish to skip the first day can be brought up to speed on the second day. However, projects for this Playshop can only be worked on IN Bloominglabs and DURING the playshop time frames (1pm to 5pm each day).


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