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Martin Flintham is a Research Fellow with the Mixed Reality Laboratory at the University of Nottingham.

His main research interest is the construction of software and infrastructures to support pervasive gaming and locative media projects. These aim to be both powerful and yet easily configurable by artists and designers through the use of familiar tools and a pragmatic approach to designing for mobile technologies and their associated uncertainties - which becomes particularly relevant when creating a piece of work to a strict performance deadline, and that involves placing these technologies in the hands of the public.

Martin has collaborated regularly with the artists group Blast Theory, and was lead programmer on the Bafta nominated Uncle Roy All Around You and the internationally touring Can You See Me Now, which was also awarded the Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica for Interactive Art in 2003.

Martin Flintham's webpage is at [link]

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