The SenseMix project was a collaborative project based at the Australasian CRC for Interaction Design that ran from 2005-2006. It was driven by the idea that mobile phones and other personal ubiquitous technology can be used by people to assemble digital media that they encounter.
The project developed tools and processes for the creation and sharing of content based on remixing images and sound. These tools and processes aim to provide a compelling motivation to engage with the media on the phone and, through generative algorithms, as well as sequencing and timing information personalisation of the content, enhance the desire to share that content over mobile networks.
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As part of Mozilla Lab's Concept Series, interaction designer Wei Zhou created an investigation into a better way of visualizing and interacting with bookmarks, your history, and the browser in general.