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Dave Everitt

  • Research Fellow
  • De Montfort University (Institute of Creative Technologies)
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Research interests

programming culture and open-source art-science-technology partnerships

About

Main interest is creativity/technology partnerships and collaboration. Also play in Loscoe State Opera (www.loscoestateopera.org), and write short fiction. Currently reasearch fellow at the Institute of Creative Technologies, De Montfort University Leicester (part time). From 1998-2004 at Creativity and Cognition Research Studios, Loughborough University. Started Eco Consulting partnership in 1992 to promote environmental initiatives to small businesses and public organisations; previously empoyed in graphics/newspaper industry.

Followers (2)

  • Brian Degger

    Brian DeggerQueensland University of Technology

  • Bruce Mason

    Bruce Mason

Following (1)

Publications

Is creativity a ‘natural’ process?

  • Everitt D
CR12 Presence in the Mindfield (2011)
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Cultural anxiety 2.0

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  • Mills S
Media, Culture & Society (2009)
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Why do designers fail to adopt Perl?

  • Everitt D
Perl Buzz (2008)
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Emergence and complexity: Some observations and reflections on transdisciplinary research involving performative contexts and new media

  • Everitt D
  • Robertson A
International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media (2005)
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On physiological computing with an application in interactive art

  • Edmonds E
  • Everitt D
  • Macaulay M
Interacting with Computers (2004)
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Professional experience

Research Fellow

De Montfort University (Institute of Creative Technologies)

October 2007 - Present

Education history

Nottingham Trent University