Snap is a customizable hand-made digital stretch wristband that records anxiety interactions for later reflection. It emerged from a three-month co-development process in partnership with adults diagnosed with autism and their support
Team Clasp looks back at its first year of research, public engagement and outreach in digital-health wearables design and development
Team Clasp is to join top computer scientists and technology innovators at CHI2016 and ICSE2016, two world-leading conferences in Human Computer Interaction and Software Engineering. Check our ‘Snap’ 30sec video preview.
From Cambridge to Fleetwood: The Techology Kitchen pops up at Autism Initiatives Farmers Parr Pottery Studio and serves up forteen new incredible wearable inventions
Some exploratory work in automatically generating and 3D printing representations of sleep data though the FitBit API and ShapeJS.
Press release for the ‘Technology Kitchen’ event at Cambridge Science Festival, 21st March 2015
Meet the Clasp team at the Cambridge Science Festival on Saturday 21 March: 11:00am – 3:30pm for the ultimate technology bake-off!
Clasp officially started in February 2015 when the team met for the “Dates & Data” workshop that saw their personal sleep data turning into unique artefacts using specially designed and 3D printed ‘Moodcons’ and 3D visualisations of automatically collected sleep data.
Seven amazing anxiety sensing prototypes. Which one will be developed? How? And, above all, why?