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CuteCircuit will be presenting the HugShirt, Identity Service, and Pure Pain Pure Pleasure installation at the Creative Connection Symposium at Biennale for Electronic Art in Perth, Australia, on September 4th! Biennale of Electronic Art Perth, BEAP 2004...


CuteCircuit has been invited to present at ISWC 8th International Symposium on Wearable Computers in Arlington, Virginia, United States from October 31st to November 3rd. See you there! ISWC 2004...


From June 28th to July 3rd Cute Circuit will be in Copenhagen and Malmo to present projects, teach a Wearables Workshop and exhibit a new interactive installation: PurePainPurePleasure....


CuteCircuit will be at Design and Emotion Conference in Ankara, Turkey, from July 12th to 14th. We will be presenting 2 projects and teach the WearablesWorkshop (WW). Join us! Design and Emotion is hosted by METU, Middle East Technical University.The WearablesWorkshop is available in a 5-hour,...


Ryan and Francesca will hold a Wearables Workshop at Design and Emotion Conference in Ankara, in July. Learn more about Design and Emotion events at Design and Emotion Society Images and results of the workshop and a description of the wearable projects developed by the participants...


Cute Circuit presented the F+R Hugs project (now the HugShirt), a wearable hugging shirt, at the annual Cyber@rt Bilbao festival. This project started as a collaborative piece between Francesca Rosella, Ryan Genz, and Rikako Sakai. The jury presided by Angela Molina, director of CyberArt, and Javier...


Presenting prototypes and theories for creating interactive and immersive narrative, Ryan Genz speaks at the Code and Creativity consortium at the University of Maine. Code and Creativity Consortium...


Francesca presents the Identity Service project at the Life of Mobile Data Conference at University of Surrey, UK. The conference is developed by the Sociology department....


Ryan and Francesca lectured at the Image Arts School (New Media Department) at Ryerson University, about interactive storytelling and wearable computing. Here is a pic of happy students with Professor Tim Jackson. See Ryerson Image Arts School website at Ryerson Image Arts School....