This site is a static archive of Process Arts, an open online repository of arts learning resources that was active from 2009 - 2017

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The body in augmented reality

The body in augmented reality, presentation by Lynne Murray, Director of Digital Research at LCF, Fashion Digital Studio. 

Getting Started with Google Glass

'Getting Started with Google Glass' resource part of the DIAL project

Camberwell Learning Studio Event 'Online Identities' (including Google Glass Demo): Call for participation

DIAL are planning a learning Studio event at Camberwell College of Arts - date TBC (11:30am to 2pm - D

MIT Invents A Shapeshifting Display You Can Reach Through And Touch

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We live in an age of touch-screen interfaces, but what will the 

14 Google Glass Innovative Use Cases in Education

Some useful slides, link shared by Charlotte web via the '2 pairs of Google Glass for DIAL Wearable Technology in the Arts projects'

'Making the Invisible Visible' project

The 'Making the Invisible Visible' project was an experimental approach to documenting and sharing the thinking and making behind the production of a piece of work.The wearable technologies

Wearable technology and Scentsory Design® from Dr Jenny Tillotson

There's lots of interesting work and research around wearable technology and Scentsory Design® from

How to post on process arts for 'Wearable Technology'

The follow guide tells you how to post on the process arts website, under the Wearable Technology in the Arts page:

Wearable Technology in the Arts

This group supports collaboration and innovation in the use and integration of Wearable Technology (WT) in arts.

eScent® - a scent symphony that is tailored to fit mood

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Scentsory Design® invents a new method to deliver scent from mood-enhancing clothing.