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Pete is a post-doc on the PATINA project, designing new technologies to support research. His research focuses on how tangible user interfaces can be used to represent and control time-based systems. Currently he is working on the ChronoTape project - a digitally augmented paper timeline for family history note-taking:
His PhD, from Queen's University Belfast, focused on time, tangible interfaces and the design of new musical instruments. His PhD research resulted in the design and development of the BeatBearing, a tangible music sequencer. Previously he studied for an MA in Design, and an MEng in Cybernetics.
More info on Pete can be found on his homepage: www.peteinfo.com
In his spare time Pete mucks around with making music: www.pencilbeam.com