This is currently in development and soon to be updated with a range of images from games and websites I've made recently. Above is an image of me connecting the WiiMote to a MacBook Pro and developing an early version of a 3D game in the early stages of my PhD. As you can see in the image, I had a busy desk full of hardware and software that I pulled apart to build a research-based game. I am excited to get my hands dirty in Android development as I joined the eReader team in 2018. I also look forward to putting my gesture-based technological knowledge to the test and look at more fun and interesting ways of how a reader can engage with books.
Below are a few of the projects that I have worked on over the years - some use the Nintendo WiiMote connected via bluetooth to a laptop and others use the computer controls. Some of these were developed using Microsoft XNA Game Studio, Unity 3D, Flash and other Java based technologies. All of these are interactive and some are still available online from the previous places I have worked or researched. Active Maths was the project I worked on initially back in 2012 and worked on solely for a while until others joined or left the team. This won the Gold award at the Digital Media Awards in 2012.
As a researcher it is always important to keep up with the latest in innovation and research. I have listed a select few publications that I am proud to have published these peer-reviewed during full-time PhD research.