- RHYME at EHiN 2016 conference
- RHYME won best Paper Presentation at AudioMostly2016
- Collaboration on Smart Textile development in Borås
- RHYME at Universal Design 2016
- Polly World “On Tour”
- RHYME lecture and Workshop at KhiO
- RHYME presentation and workshop in Nordplus network
- Presentation and Exhibition at Sagenehuset 30th October
Tag Archives: Special needs
RHYME were invited and will exhibit at the Nordic Snoezelen Conference at Holmen outside Oslo 25-26 September. The Conference is an annual conference within Multi-sensory Environments.
Karette Stensæth presented a paper with the title A life with ”smart things”: Is it a more human, healthy and/or social life? at the The Second International Health Humanities Conference – Music, Health, and Humanity. According to music therapist Kenneth Bruscia: … Continue reading
RHYME presented and published two fullpapers at ICCHP 2012 in Linz in July. ICCHP is one of the most important conferences concerning technology and disability. The papers is published in Proceedings by Springer Verlag. One of the papers with the title “RHYME – Musicking … Continue reading
The RHYME project were extensively represented at the most important international conference within Universal Design, UD2012. Birgitta Cappelen and Anders-Petter Andersson presented two papers with the titles “Designing for Musicking” and “Openness for Diversity”, and Jo Herstad presented his paper “Interaction … Continue reading
On Friday March 2nd we started the action based empirical study of the 2nd generation of RHYME co-creative tangibles, Wave. The empirical study which we carried out at Haug School and Resource center continued the whole of March 2012, according to … Continue reading
A new paper on identity creation through musical interaction has been published by Karette Stensæth in the new anthology on Music and Identity (norwegian), NMH – publikasjoner 2011:3 Skriftserie fra Senter for musikk og helse.
May 10. Karette Stensæth presented RHYME in two meetings for all relevant staff members at Haug School. The RHYME group, goals and Haugs participation were presented and discussed.
The RHYME project was presented by Birgitta Cappelen at the 10. national Conference on Alternative and Augmented Communication (ISAAC) on 6. february 2011.
Friday March 4. we started the testing of Orfi at Haug School and Resource Centre. The testing is based on Action Research methodology, so we will perform changed actions every week.