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An open and exploratory design-led research centre at Lancaster University
We conduct applied and theoretical research into people, products, places and their interactions.
We work with a variety of organisations to provide fresh perspectives on real-world issues and facilitate innovation.
We offer Undergraduate, Masters, and PhD study opportunities. All our staff are active researchers with extensive expertise in teaching.

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ImaginationLancaster invited to contribute article to the prestigious Longevity Bulletin

ImaginationLancaster invited to contribute article to the prestigious Longevity Bulletin

focusing on the Internet of Health Things.

Emmanuel Tsekleves from ImaginationLancaster has been invited to contrinute an article of the the Longevity Bulletin: The technology edition.    The Longevity Bulletin, part of the Institute and Faculty of Actuaries aims to prov ...Read full update

Living Room of the Future at V&A

Living Room of the Future at V&A

We will be presenting a new version of the AHRC funded research project Objects of Immersion in the form of the Living Room of the Future with BBC R&D as part of the Digital Design Weekend 22-23 Sept 2018.

The AHRC funded Objects of Immersion created the Living Room of the Future (LROTF) to...Read full update

Project partners presentation and design considerations

Articleby Kiel Long, Leon Cruickshank

Building on the knowledges gained through engagements with people aged 50+ and health professionals, a presentation of findings and design considerations was given to the Sensors for health and wellbeing project partners and other interested parties from the health, public, and 3rd sectors. ...Read full article

One-to-one interviews with health professionals

Articleby Kiel Long, Leon Cruickshank

With increasing austerity measures and an ageing population, the healthcare sector is continually seeking ways to reduce cost and improve service and care delivery for older adults. With internet connected devices becoming increasingly accessible and affordable, sensor technologies in individual’s homes to assist and improve healthy living is revealing its face as the next step in the future of healthcare. ...Read full article

One-to-one interviews and co-design workshops with persons aged 50+ living in single occupancy homes

Articleby Kiel Long, Leon Cruickshank
One-to-one interviews and co-design workshops with persons aged 50+ living in single occupancy homes

While still relatively new, “smart” internet connected healthcare technologies have seen significant development and effort, seeking to reduce the cost of healthcare and improve service delivery. These devices are characterised as physical objects of some sensing capability connected to a network; integrating physical world information into digital systems. ...Read full article

Tweet@ImaginationLanc, 1 week 3 days ago

RT @ProfTriviality: A short post on our (@joegalen @adriangradinar ) Experiential IoT Future we developed for @PETRASiot and presented at t…

Tweet@ImaginationLanc, 1 week 5 days ago

RT @IETevents: Submit a paper for #TheIET and @PETRASiot conference focussing on realising the socioeconomic benefits of an interconnected…

Tweet@ImaginationLanc, 1 week 5 days ago

RT @StuartWalkerUK: Just sent to print - anticipated publication date: 22 October https://t.co/lqKIc9JnHw #designer #designerproblems @Su

Tweet@ImaginationLanc, 2 weeks 8 hours ago

RT @LancasterPress: Now @ProfTriviality is giving @jimreuters from @ReutersUK a taste of Lancaster's Living Room of the Future project, dem…

Tweet@ImaginationLanc, 2 weeks 6 days ago

RT @ProfTriviality: Shout out to @joegalen for creating a new experience for the Living Room of the Future and @PETRASiot for making it po…

Tweet@ImaginationLanc, 3 weeks 10 hours ago

RT @Lianne_K123: Thank you to the 97 people that visited us in the V&A museum this weekend! We hope you enjoyed experiencing the Living roo…

Tweet@ImaginationLanc, 3 weeks 10 hours ago

RT @leotanczt: Experiencing the Living Room of the Future at the V&A. Super interesting work done by UK universities in collaboration with…

Tweet@ImaginationLanc, 3 weeks 1 day ago

RT @ProfTriviality: I should have brought more copies of Little Book of Design Fiction to #ldf18. To avoid dissapointment grab your copy w…

Tweet@ImaginationLanc, 3 weeks 2 days ago

RT @cubicgarden: Living room of the future at the #ldf @ImmersiveObject @BBCRD https://t.co/MU3NA2SiG2

Tweet@ImaginationLanc, 3 weeks 2 days ago

RT @ProfTriviality: The V&A sofa makes this version of the Living Room of The Future look a bit like a bedroom but looking forward to today…

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