Luke Hespanhol
Luke Hespanhol
Lecturer in Design and Computation - Design Lab, Sydney School of Architecture Design and Planning
Verified email at sydney.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Who cares about the content? An analysis of playful behaviour at a public display
M Tomitsch, C Ackad, O Dawson, L Hespanhol, J Kay
Proceedings of The International Symposium on Pervasive Displays, 160, 2014
632014
Investigating intuitiveness and effectiveness of gestures for free spatial interaction with large displays
L Hespanhol, M Tomitsch, K Grace, A Collins, J Kay
Proceedings of the 2012 International Symposium on Pervasive Displays, 6, 2012
582012
Vote as you go: blending interfaces for community engagement into the urban space
L Hespanhol, M Tomitsch, I McArthur, J Fredericks, R Schroeter, M Foth
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Communities and …, 2015
462015
Strategies for intuitive interaction in public urban spaces
L Hespanhol, M Tomitsch
Interacting with Computers 27 (3), 311-326, 2015
382015
Designing for collective participation with media installations in public spaces
L Hespanhol, M Tomitsch
Proceedings of the 4th Media Architecture Biennale Conference: Participation …, 2012
252012
Digital pop-up: Investigating bespoke community engagement in public spaces
J Fredericks, M Tomitsch, L Hespanhol, I McArthur
Proceedings of the annual meeting of the Australian special interest group …, 2015
212015
SMLXL: Scaling the smart city, from metropolis to individual
N Gardner, L Hespanhol
City, culture and society 12, 54-61, 2018
192018
Using embodied audio-visual interaction to promote social encounters around large media façades
L Hespanhol, M Tomitsch, O Bown, M Young
Proceedings of the 2014 conference on Designing interactive systems, 945-954, 2014
172014
Social interaction design patterns for urban media architecture
L Hespanhol, P Dalsgaard
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 596-613, 2015
152015
Not just pretty lights: using digital technologies to inform city making
J Fredericks, L Hespanhol, M Tomitsch
Proceedings of the 3rd Conference on Media Architecture Biennale, 7, 2016
142016
Blending pop-up urbanism and participatory technologies: Challenges and opportunities for inclusive city making
J Fredericks, L Hespanhol, C Parker, D Zhou, M Tomitsch
City, culture and society 12, 44-53, 2018
102018
Situated interfaces for engaging citizens on the go
L Hespanhol, M Tomitsch, I McArthur, J Fredericks, R Schroeter, M Foth
ACM Interactions 23 (1), 40-45, 2016
82016
Elastic experiences: designing adaptive interaction for individuals and crowds in the public space
L Hespanhol, MC Sogono, G Wu, R Saunders, M Tomitsch
Proceedings of the 23rd Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference …, 2011
72011
Understanding the effects of contextual constraints on performative behaviour in interactive media installations
L Hespanhol, M Tomitsch
Personal and ubiquitous computing 18 (7), 1651-1665, 2014
62014
More than smart, beyond resilient: networking communities for antifragile cities
L Hespanhol
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Communities and …, 2017
52017
Media Architecture Compendium: Digital Placemaking
L Hespanhol, MH Haeusler, M Tomitsch, G Tscherteu
Avedition, 2017
42017
The Digital Fringe and Social Participation through Interaction Design
L Hespanhol, H Davis, J Fredericks, GA Caldwell, M Hoggenmüller
The Journal of Community Informatics 14 (1), 2018
32018
Designing Participation for the Digital Fringe
H Davis, L Hespanhol, J Farmer, J Fredericks, GA Caldwell, ...
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Communities and …, 2017
22017
Interacting with laughter: a case study on audio-based interactivity of public projections
L Hespanhol
Proceedings of the 28th Australian Conference on Computer-Human Interaction …, 2016
22016
Evaluating the effectiveness of audio-visual cues in immersive user interfaces
L Hespanhol, O Bown, J Cao, M Tomitsch
Proceedings of the 25th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference …, 2013
22013
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