Publications – University of Copenhagen

Publications 

Due, B. L., Kupers, R., Lange, S., & Ptito, M. (2017). Technology Enhanced Vision in Blind and Visually Impaired Individuals. Synoptik Foundation research project. Circd Working Papers in Social Interaction, 3(1), 1–31.

Due, B. L., & Lange, S. (2017). The Moses Effect: The Spatial Hierarchy and Joint Accomplishment of a Blind Person Navigating. Space and Culture, 1206331217734541.

Due, B., & Lange, S. (2018). Semiotic resources for navigation: A video ethnographic study of blind people’s uses of the white cane and a guide dog for navigating in urban areas. Semiotica, 0(0).

Due, B. L.; Lange, S. B. & Simonsen, S. B. (2017). Status on the project: Technology enhanced vision in blind and visually impaired individuals. Presentation, IBOS, 17/05/2017. (PDF).

Due, B. L. & Lange, S. B. (2016). Substituting sight with other modalities: a video ethnographic study of blind people’s uses of different semiotic resources for navigating in urban areas. XI International Conference on Semiotics, Thessaloniki, 15/10/2016.

Due, B. L. & Lange, S. B. (2016) Semiotic resources for navigation: a video ethnographic study of blind people’s uses of the white cane and a guide dog for navigating in urban areas. Submitted to Semiotica.

Due, B. L., & Lange, S. B. (2016). Doing being a blind person navigating: The orderliness and joint accomplishment of co-constructing a blind person navigating. Submitted to Space & Culture.

Due, B. L., & Lange, S. B. (2016). Blind and visually impaired people navigating in public space. Abstract from Movin. 

Due, B.L. (2016). The social construction of a Glasshole: Google Glass and multiactivity in social interaction. PsychNology.  

Due, B. L. (2015). Challenges with Google Glass in Social Interaction. Proceedings of the 4th. Participatory Innovation Conference, 440–448.

Due, B. L. (2014a). Don’t be a glasshole. Kommunikationsforum. Retrieved from http://www.kommunikationsforum.dk/artikler/takt-og-tone-for-google-glass

Due, B. L. (2014b). Google Glass - a visible and knowable object in social interaction. Presented at the Knowing things: Objects, knowledge, and interaction. 6-7 Oct, Southern Denmark, Kolding.

Due, B. L. (2014c). Is Google Glass interfering with the turntaking system? Presented at 8th Conversation Analysis Day. Conversational Practices. 15 dec. Loughborough University.

Due, B. L. (2014d). Mit liv som Google Glass-cyborg. Kommunikationsforum. Retrieved from http://www.kommunikationsforum.dk/artikler/anmeldelse-af-google-glass

Due, B. L. (2014e). The future of smart glasses: An essay about challenges and possibilities with smart glasses. Working Papers on Interaction and Communication 1(2), 1–21.

Kupers, R. et al. (2010) Neural correlates of virtual route recognition in congenital blindness. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States, July 13, 2010, Vol.07(28), p.12716(6)

Kupers, R., & M. Ptito. (2014) Structural, Metabolic and Functional Changes in the Congenitally Blind Brain. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 17th World Congress of Psychophysiology (IOP2014) of the International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP) Hiroshima, Japan, September 23rd to 27th, 2014 94(2): 152.

Ptito, M., and R. Kupers. (2014). The Blind Brain: Anatomy, Physiology and Behaviour. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 17th World Congress of Psychophysiology (IOP2014) of the International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP) Hiroshima, Japan, September 23rd to 27th, 2014 94(2): 152.

Slimani, H., M. Ptito, and R. Kupers. (2015). Enhanced Heat Discrimination in Congenital Blindness. Behavioural Brain Research 283: 233–237.