Clarice Hilton is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Computing at Goldsmiths University, she is developing design processes and tools for immersive interaction design that are based in queer critical disability design in the context of art and dance. As part of this research she is developing a piece of work with Candoco dance company. She has been developing InteractML an open-source interactive machine learning tool for designing movement interaction in Unity and Unreal, alongside other researchers called. She is also a creative technologist and immersive artist who has toured work globally at Tribeca Film Festival, IDFA Doclab, Sandbox Immersive Festival and Venice Film Festival. A central part of Clarice’s work and research is making and creating immersive technology accessible.
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