eMo is used to study human-machine interaction. He was developed by Professor Noel Sharkey’s robotics group at the Department of Computer Science, University of Sheffield.
Clear glass ambrotype. MPP 5″x4″ with Zeiss Jena 180mm lens, wide open at f/4, 25 sec exposure. Lit by two soft boxes and a white reflector.
I found this image while reflecting on Bayne (2015) and the complex entanglement of technology and education:
‘As researchers and practitioners of digital education, we need to move away from our over-emphasis on how technology acts on education, or how education can best act on technology. Let us rather acknowledge that the two are co-constitutive of each other, entangled in cultural, material, political and economic assemblages of great complexity.’ (Bayne 2015: 18)