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Wild food and HCI (Human Computer Interaction)
Wild food and HCI (Human Computer Interaction)
Wild food and HCI (Human Computer Interaction)
Wild food and HCI (Human Computer Interaction)
Wild food and HCI (Human Computer Interaction)
Wild food and HCI (Human Computer Interaction)
Wild food and HCI (Human Computer Interaction)
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Wild food and HCI (Human Computer Interaction)

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Chamberlain, A & Griffiths, C. (2013) ”Wild Food Practices: understanding the wider implications for design and HCI”, Green Food Technology: Ubicomp opportunities for reducing the environmental …

Chamberlain, A & Griffiths, C. (2013) ”Wild Food Practices: understanding the wider implications for design and HCI”, Green Food Technology: Ubicomp opportunities for reducing the environmental impacts of food workshop, Ubicomp 2013, Zurich, Switzerland, ACM Press.
Pages: 575-584 doi>10.1145/2494091.2497314
URL - http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2497314

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  • Research in the wild, raising concerns through working with communityCommunities engaged in designBeing there for sustained periods
  • Research in the wild, raising concerns through working with communityCommunities engaged in designBeing there for sustained periods
  • Research Site – Borth and YnyslasWest Wales
  • Research in the wild, raising concerns through working with communityCommunities engaged in designBeing there for sustained periods
  • Research in the wild, raising concerns through working with communityCommunities engaged in designBeing there for sustained periods
  • Research in the wild, raising concerns through working with communityCommunities engaged in designBeing there for sustained periods
  • Research in the wild, raising concerns through working with communityCommunities engaged in designBeing there for sustained periods
  • Research in the wild, raising concerns through working with communityCommunities engaged in designBeing there for sustained periods
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    • 1. #Ubicomp13 Wild Food Practices Alan Chamberlain & Chloe Griffiths
    • 2. Setting the Context
    • 3. Preparing for the Hunt • Equipment – Important • Picking for purpose • Having a plan – understanding the environment and landscape
    • 4. Discovery and Harvesting • Who’s been here • My Sites • Timing • Don’t harvest too many • Quality
    • 5. Preparation and Processing
    • 6. Cooking
    • 7. Localised Environmental Knowledge • Secrecy – Locations not discussed • Environmental concerns – How many, how hot, dry, mozzies, sightings, caught • Time when ready • Concerns over over picking • Where • Other species
    • 8. Eating and Reflection
    • 9. Supporting • Sharing • ID • Learning • Culture • Environment • Sales - Provenance • Rural - Urban
    • 10. contact us Alan.Chamberlain@nottingham.ac.uk This work was supported by the Research Councils UK (RCUK)

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