Richard Coyne is Professor of Architectural Computing at the University of Edinburgh. He researches and teaches in information technology in practice, computer-aided design in architecture, the philosophy of information technology, digital media, and design theory. His most recent book is The Tuning of Place: Sociable Spaces and Pervasive Digital Media (2010, MIT Press).

Mariza Dima is a digital designer and researcher in HCI with extensive experience in the design and production of digital media projects. She is currently completing her PhD on design strategies for haptic workspaces that re-appropriate the embodied knowledge encountered in traditional animation techniques.

Mark Wright holds an interdisciplinary appointment between the School of Informatics at Edinburgh University and Edinburgh College of Art. His research interests center on the relationship between culture and technology and how digital embodiment transforms creative practice. He is a founding member of Eurohaptics and co-founder of Mobile Acuity a mobile visual search company. He has worked with academia, digital creative industry companies and cultural organisations on the co-development of new forms of digital interactive platforms.

All three are currently working on Moving Targets, a three year Scottish Funding Council funded project, which brings together Scottish universities, industry, agencies and audiences to develop new models for new media audiences in the creative media industries.

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