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This web site is a regularly updated archive of projects, commissions, papers by Giles Rollestone and collaborators; a London based Multimedia Designer and Information Architect. Through practice based research, consultancy, commisions and teaching Giles is exploring the potential of mobile screen and location based based media to effect our conceptions of urbanism. He is currently a PhD candidate in Graphic Design and New Media at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts, London.> More

'Networked information services in context sensitive environments'. This paper was presented at CHI 2003

'Urban Feedback London Tokyo'
. Published paper Cybersonica 2002, ICA, London
'Scenario based value driven design methods'. This paper was written for Meta Design and Icon Medialab.



Mobility and the Experience of Urban Place

PhD Research, University of the Arts, London.
October 2003 ongoing.


Urban Feedback Tokyo Nomad

Ambient Media
Digitalogue, Japan
Format: CD-ROM and Projection
Date: 2001

This work uses the computers clock to generate its interactive system: work made in this space is akin to a screen saver. Once installed, the software plays back footage and scene's from a visit to Tokyo, using the internal clock of the computer to select appropriate images and video footage of day and night scenes from the same time in Tokyo.


Urban Feedback London Tokyo

Time based Media

Too Corporation, Japan
Format: CD-ROM and Projection
Date: 1998

This spatial interface documents a dialogue between Tokyo and London by taking physical experiences and replaying them back through interactive media. The atmosphere of this work provides and instant nostalgic impression of place.


Sushi: Networked Information Services in Context-Sensitive Environments

Computer Related Design Research Studio (now Interaction Design), at the Royal College of Art, London.
Format: Intranet and Projection.
Date: 1998 - 2001

'Sushi' was developed as a way of sharing information in small groups and networks within the Royal College of Art.



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