Monthly Archives: November 2008

What’s in the future?

As the semester is drawing to a close and the feedback from the WiiPaint studies is keeping plenty of brain cells fed and happy, I had the chance today to talk with my advisors about the direction this thesis project is going next semester. The default path was creating WiiPaint 2, which I had been […]
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Less busy. I guess.

Man, two weeks ago was brutal!  I’m glad to say that things have slowed down a bit, but it’s just the start of another exciting momentum leading up to the end of the semester.  Biggest relief is probably wading through all that Chinese homework and finally finishing the GREs! I am drawing towards the end […]
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WiiPaint study update

So far I have had 12 subjects who have ranged from 1-3 people using the 2 and 4 Wiimote versions.  I am expecting more subjects on Tuesday, and perhaps visiting some friends in Boston this weekend so that they can help me test.  I should be mostly done by Tuesday, however, and will be writing […]
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Invisible Children

It’s not often that I will spend the time to endorse a non-profit organization on my blog; in fact, this is my first. Wellesley WASA and WIVCF co-sponsored a screening of Invisible Children’s second documentary, “Go,” about a group of American students traveling to Uganda to experience first-hand the reality of the war-torn country.  The […]
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Warning: May cause [good] exhaustion.

After a long day conducting studies for WiiPaint, I just need a chance to sit back and reflect on what I’ve done and what I’ve been doing.  But it’s probably not a good idea to do this while in the middle of an email and doing work for graduate school at the same time.  Huh.  […]
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