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Green Khaokho technology trial


Last Friday, our team went up to Khaokho for installing a TV-based application for business sector partners in the Green Khaokho led by GISTNU and Naresuan University. The application is a full digital signage solution with social features, including: (i)

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An introduction to JodJam

Thank you to Dr Zeng and Mahidol University for mentioning our work on JodJam.

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Tablets in the classroom: 10 best practices for primary schools and teachers (white paper)


Mobile Computing Lab has published a white paper on the best practices for primary schools and teachers when applying tablet technology in the classroom. The 10 best practices are the result of over 80 hours spent in primary school classrooms

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Learning about JodJam: a bluetooth Braille keyboard for visually-impaired users

JodJam vs traditional Braille keyboard

We were given a warm welcome at Ratchasuda College at Mahidol University today and a very thorough introduction to an impressive device that assists visually-impaired users with typing on iPhone, Android and PCs. JodJam (or My Eye Memory) is a

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The next generation of programmers: 6-10 year olds in Phitsanulok master computational thinking with The Foos


Computational thinking is a set of skills for solving problems based on principles from computer science. Over the last few years educators and governments have recognised the relevance of computational thinking and begun to introduce computational thinking as a component

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Energy monitoring collaboration

The cool air-conditioned rooms enjoyed by students and teachers at Naresuan University come at a high cost, and small changes in temperature could lead to significant cost savings. Over 12 months ago, Mobile Computing Lab embarked on a collaboration with

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STEM and Astro Graphy

Phitsanulok Pittayakom School hosted a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) event on Wednesday where scholarship students from Faculty of Science at Naresuan University presented their projects. Pensiri Yosyingyong, a student working with Aj Ratchada and the Mobile Computing Lab,

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A personalised tour guide for Lower North of Thailand

PTIS Mobile App presentation

On Friday 31st October, members of the local tourism industry and the media were invited to Naresuan University to try a new tool that could benefit tourists. “Personalized Travelling Information Services” is a website and mobile application developed by Dr.

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Video: Mobile technology for primary education in Phitsanulok

Thank you to the Area-Based Collaboration (ABC) team for creating a video about our recently completed research project!

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A first course on iOS development with Swift


It is only a month since Apple announced a brand new programming language, Swift, for iOS development and already we have completed teaching our first training course. During the three days of intense Swift programming hosted at the Department of

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