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Gimmicks, geeks and gut: challenges and preconceptions from collaborative research in Art, Design and Technology. a case study using Mobile Augmented Reality

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Gimmicks, geeks and gut : challenges and preconceptions from collaborative research in Art, Design and Technology. a case study using Mobile Augmented Reality. / Coulton, Paul; Murphy, Emma.

2014. Paper presented at Digital Research in the Humanities and Art Conference 2014, London, United Kingdom.

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Coulton, P & Murphy, E 2014, 'Gimmicks, geeks and gut: challenges and preconceptions from collaborative research in Art, Design and Technology. a case study using Mobile Augmented Reality', Paper presented at Digital Research in the Humanities and Art Conference 2014, London, United Kingdom, 31/08/14 - 3/09/14.

APA

Coulton, P., & Murphy, E. (2014). Gimmicks, geeks and gut: challenges and preconceptions from collaborative research in Art, Design and Technology. a case study using Mobile Augmented Reality. Paper presented at Digital Research in the Humanities and Art Conference 2014, London, United Kingdom.

Vancouver

Coulton P, Murphy E. Gimmicks, geeks and gut: challenges and preconceptions from collaborative research in Art, Design and Technology. a case study using Mobile Augmented Reality. 2014. Paper presented at Digital Research in the Humanities and Art Conference 2014, London, United Kingdom.

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Coulton, Paul ; Murphy, Emma. / Gimmicks, geeks and gut : challenges and preconceptions from collaborative research in Art, Design and Technology. a case study using Mobile Augmented Reality. Paper presented at Digital Research in the Humanities and Art Conference 2014, London, United Kingdom.3 p.

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