Pelikan et al. CHI2022: Interaction Prototyping With Video

Pelikan et al. have presented a workshop at CHI2022, "Interaction Prototyping With Video: Bridging Video Interaction Analysis & Design" Hannah Pelikan, Yoyo Tsung-Yu Hou, Jenny Fu, Leelo Keevallik, Mathias Broth, and Malte F. Jung. 2022. Interaction Prototyping With Video: Bridging Video Interaction Analysis & Design. In CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems Extended Abstracts …

Pelikan et al. ICRA 2022:

At the workshop Sound for Robots, held in conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA 2022), Pelikan et al. presented  “Designing Minimal Sounds for Maximum Interaction.”  Authors: Hannah Pelikan, Jenny Fu, Yoyo Tsung-Yu Hou, Asher Lipman, and Malte Jung Abstract: While recent work has started to explore how to make robots …

Wiggins: Eating sounds: At the edges of language, food, and bodies

As part of the Bayreuth Food and Language lecture series, Wiggins gave a talk on "Eating sounds: At the edges of language, food, and bodies", October 29 2021. Abstract: The sounds we make while eating, or when approaching food as an edible substance, are a ubiquitous but often overlooked phenomenon. Considered as being at the …

DMCA2022: Pelikan: How an autonomous shuttle bus could sound in interaction

At the online Digital Meeting for Conversation Analysis, Oct. 31st-Nov. 4th 2022, Pelikan presented on "How an autonomous shuttle bus could sound in interaction". Abstract: Sound, often in the form of honks, is an important interaction device for managing accountability on the road (Deppermann et al., 2018; Laurier et al., 2020). Autonomous shuttle buses are …

DMCA2022: Kerrison: Anticipatory responses by sports crowds

At the online Digital Meeting for Conversation Analysis, Oct. 31st-Nov. 4th 2022, Kerrison presented on "Anticipatory responses by sports crowds" Abstract: Crowd noise in sport is typically associated with loud and dramatic responses to consequential in-game events: a goal in the final moments, an egregious foul by an opponent, the final whistle that confirms a …

DMCA2022: Löfgren: Depictions as interactionally achieved local performances at opera rehearsals

At the online Digital Meeting for Conversation Analysis, Oct. 31st-Nov. 4th 2022, Löfgren presented on "Depictions as interactionally achieved local performances at opera rehearsals". Abstract: During opera rehearsals, participants often position their bodies in different ways to visually demonstrate what they could do on stage to portray their characters. Similarly, they use their voices to …

IPrA2021: Löfgren: Non-lexical vocalizations as local words during instructive sequences in opera rehearsals

With the non-lexicals and multisensoriality panel, Löfgren presented "Non-lexical vocalizations as local words during instructive sequences in opera rehearsals" Abstract: This paper explores sequences where non-lexical vocalizations are recycled in instructive tellings during scenic opera rehearsals that target the combination of music and dramatic action. During the rehearsals depictive (Clark, 2016) non-lexical vocalizations are frequently …

Wiggins: Beyond the battles of the dinner table

Wiggins has published an article in The Psychologist magazine covering her research into family mealtimes and children's eating habits. In particular, she covers ways in which children's food preferences can become a source of tension when certain sequences of talk are initiated. It's open access - take a look!

Kerrison: Ulster seminar talk: Cheering for make-believe

Our newest team member, Adrian Kerrison, presented a talk at the Linguistics Research Seminar at Ulster University, Belfast, Apr 14/22: Nothing to Shout About: Mutual understanding, response relevance, and cheering for make-believe Abstract: How does a wild squirrel "score a touchdown" at a game of American Football? How do two invisible, imaginary wrestlers engage in …