Jarrod is a PhD student researching the use of self-capture to record and share interpretation. Within an expert setting, interpretation plays a large role in the work undertaken and the resultant outcome. In order to accurately trace the patina of an idea or reconsider a conclusion, it is important to be able to revisit and re-analyse any interpretation that was formed during the process.
Jarrod's research looks at the use of self-capture tools (like wearable cameras and personal scanners) and techniques (such as constructing interpretation models) to record expert work as it is undertaken in order to enable revisiting of interpretation.
Jarrod's research interests include: Natural User Interfaces, Disappearing Interfaces, Wearable Computing, Embodied Interaction, 3D Interaction and Interfaces, Exploiting Gestures.