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Michael Hohl

  • Royal College of Art School of Design
  • 8PublicationsNumber of items in Michael's My Publications folder on Mendeley.
  • 29Followers

Research interests

qualiaperceptionphenomenologypsychophysicsambient displaysmultimodal visualisationcalm technologiestelematic art

About

I'm a designer and researcher working with digital media. I like making things, thinking about things, how we do them and what they mean to us. Currently I am exploring telematics in combination with calm technologies and multi-modal visualisation. I am interested to understand how technology changes us, while we think we are doing something with technology. My work is about consciousness, perception and experiences of presence and connectedness among physically remote people.

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    Michael J. StamperVirginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

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    Tina KrliuUPM - Universiti Putra Malaysia

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    Graham StoneUniversity of Huddersfield

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Publications (5)

  • Sensual Technologies: Embodied experience and visualisation of scientific data

    • Michael Hohl
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  • Freequent Traveller: interaction versus contemplation

    • Schuricht S
    • Hohl M
    • Struppek M
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  • Double Room: An exploration of public space with the Zen View

    • Hohl M
    • Schuricht S
    • Struppek M
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    N/ACitations
  • Radiomap: experiential interactive environment

    • Hohl M
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  • The phenomenology of getting used to the new: Some thoughts on memory, perception, numbing and the Zen-view

    • Hohl M
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Professional experience

Royal College of Art School of Design

Education

MA (Dipl.-Des.)

UdK Berlin (University of the Arts Berlin)

September 1994 - May 2000(6 years)