Beyond Radical Design?
Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby (Ch1 from Speculative Everything)
due Jan 11| presented by Erin Beck

Design as the Machines Come to Life
Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg
due Jan 11| presented by Anthony Franqui

Practical notes on paper circuits
Michael Shorter, Jon Rogers, and John McGhee
due Jan 18 | presented by Jacob Sullivan

Electronic Popables: Exploring Paper-Based Computing through an Interactive Pop-Up Book
Jie Qi and Leah Buechley
due Jan 18 (no presentation)

bioLogic: Natto Cells as Nanoactuators for Shape Changing Interfaces
Lining Yao, Jifei Ou, Chin-Yi Cheng, Helene Steiner, Wen Wang, Guanyun Wang, Hiroshi Ishii
due Jan 22 | presented by Timothy Vance

Fermented Fruits and Vegetables of Asia: A Potential Source of Probiotics
Manas Ranjan Swain, Marimuthu Anandharaj, Ramesh Chandra Ray, and Rizwana Parveen Rani
due Jan 25 | presented by           Cody Smyth

Electronic Origami with the Color-Changing Function
Tatsuya Kaihou and Akira Wakita
due Feb 1 (no presentation)

Cilllia – 3D Printed Micro-Pillar Structures for Surface Texture, Actuation and Sensing
Jifei Ou , Gershon Dublon , Chin-Yi Cheng , Felix Heibeck, Karl Willis, Hiroshi Ishii
due Feb 1 | presented by Yue Liu

Urban Sensing: Out of the Woods Toward a Public Rhetoric Through Participatory Design
Dana Cuff, Mark Hansen, and Jerry Kang
due Feb 15 (no presentation)

At the seams: DIYbio and opportunities for HCI
Stacey Kuznetsov, Alex S. Taylor, Tim Regan, Nicolas Villar, Eric Paulos
due Feb 22 (no presentation)

Fundamentals of Biodesign
due Feb 22 (no presentation)

Fundamentals of Synthetic Biology
due Feb 22 (no presentation)

Experience Prototyping
Marion Buchenau, Jane Fulton Suri
due Feb 27| presented by Loren Benally

The Perfect Brainstorm
Tom Kelly
due Mar 17 | presented by Inez Binkiewicz

Winogradsky Rothko: Bacterial Ecosystem as Pastoral Landscape
Jenifer Wightman
due April 3 | presented by

Microfluidic organs-on-chips
Sangeeta N Bhatia, Donald E Ingber
due April 3 | presented by Veronika Volkova

Microbial Fuel Cells: Methodology and Technology
Bruce E. Logan, Bert Hamelers , René Rozendal , Uwe Schröder, Jürg Keller, Stefano Freguia, Peter Aelterman, Willy Verstraete, and Korneel Rabaey
due April 3 | presented by

Consuming monsters: big, perfect, infectious
Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby (Ch4 from Speculative Everything)
due April 3 | presented by Jackson Sipes

You Put What, Where? Hobbyist Use of Insertable Devices
Kayla J. Heffernan, Frank Vetere, Shanton Chang
due April 10| presented by Antonio Raynor

Unpacking the Thinking and Making Behind a User Enactments Project
William Odom, John Zimmerman, Jodi Forlizzi, Hajin Choi, Stephanie Meier, and Angela Park
due April 10| presented by Colin Martin

xPrint: A Modularized Liquid Printer for Smart Materials Deposition
Wang, et al.
due April 17 | presented by Chris Kennedy

Street Science, Chapter 1.
Jason Coburn
due April 17 | presented by Ziyi Liu

Additional Readings:

Critical Making-Interview with Matt Ratto
Critical Making – Conversations

Printing Teddy Bears: A Technique for 3D Printing of Soft Interactive Objects
Scott E. Hudson

FABRICKATION: Fast 3D Printing Using Bricks
Stefanie Mueller, Tobias Mohr, Kerstin Guenther, Johannes Frohnhofen, and Patrick Baudisch

Learning from IKEA Hacking: “Iʼm Not One to Decoupage a Tabletop and Call It a Day.”
Daniela Rosner & Jonathan Bean

Consuming monsters: big, perfect, infectious
Anthony Dunne and Fiona Raby (Ch4 from Speculative Everything)

Staying open to interpretation: engaging multiple meanings in design and evaluation
Phoebe Sengers and Bill Gaver

Making Public Things: How HCI Design Can Express Matters of Concern
DiSalvo, C., Lukens, J., Lodato, T., Jenkins, T., Kim, T.

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Additional readings:

Getting a Grip on Tangible Interaction: A Framework on Physical Space and Social Interaction
Eva Hornecker and Jacob Buur

Participatory Sensing
J. Burke, D. Estrin, M. Hansen, A. Parker, N. Ramanathan, S. Reddy, M. B. Srivastava

Critical Engagements and Creative Expression in the Neighborhood Networks Project
Carl DiSalvo, Marti Louw, David Holstius, Illah Nourbakhsh, Ayça Akin