• Developing a mobile social media framework for creative pedagogies

      Cochrane, T; Antonczak, L; Guinibert, M; Mulrennan, D (International Association for Development of the Information Society (IADIS), 2014)
      This paper explores an overview of an evolving framework to enable creative pedagogies as applied to three different higher education contexts. Based upon our experiences, we propose a critical framework for supporting and ...
    • Developing activity cycled based diagram for simulating a bridge construction operation

      Zaeri, F; Rotimi, JOB (New Zealand Built Environment Research, 2014)
      Proper planning and control of activities on a construction project is central to successful performance. However the planning function is cumbersome due to the inherent features of construction operations such as high ...
    • Developing design thinking expertise in higher education

      Withell, AJ; Haigh, N (ABM-media, 2013)
      Design Thinking is a human-centred methodology for innovation, which has evolved from the study of the unique ways in which designers 'think', and 'practice' (Bauer & Eagen, 2008). While there is emerging research into the ...
    • Developing novice researchers understandings of research

      Clear, Tony; Young, A. (NACCQ, 2001)
      This paper reports progress from an action research programme to develop an active research community amongst New Zealand computing educators. Since 1998 the National Advisory Committee on Computing Qualifications (NACCQ) ...
    • Development and evaluation of an exercycle game using immersive technologies

      Shaw, Lindsay Alexander; Wünsche, Burkhard Claus; Lutteroth, Christof; Marks, S; Buckley, Jude; Corballis, Paul (Australian Computer Society, Inc. (ACS), 2015)
      Exercise video games have become increasing popular due to their promise to increase fitness and reduce obesity levels, and due to the emergence of cheap interface devices. Previous research reported mixed results about ...
    • Development of a 1:1 Scale True Perception Virtual Reality System for design review in automotive industry

      Shao, F; Robotham, AJ; Hon, KK (Aston Business School, 2012)
      The recent improvements of Virtual Reality (VR) technologies makes it feasible for automotive design reviews to be carried out in a virtual world. Design review with virtual prototypes could reduce costs by eliminating the ...
    • Development of a Diaphragm Stirling Cryocooler

      Caughley, A; Sellier, M; Tucker, A; Gschwendtner, M (International Cryocooler Conference, 2014)
      Callaghan Innovation, formerly Industrial Research Ltd, has developed a novel free-piston Stirling cryocooler concept using metal diaphragms. The concept uses a pair of metal diaphragms to seal and suspend the displacer ...
    • Development of a high frequency pulse tube

      Emery, N; Caughley, A; Glasson, N; Tucker, A; Gschwendtner, M (Scholarly Materials And Research @ Georgia Tech, 2010)
      A single-stage pulse tube cryocooler has been designed and fabricated to provide cooling at 50 K for a high temperature superconducting magnet. Sage software was used to design the pulse tube, with a predicted 25 W of ...
    • Development of a low cost photovoltaic/thermal solar concentrator for building integration (BIPVTC)

      Kunnemeyer, R; Duke, M; Anderson, TN; Carson, JK (Australian Solar Energy Society Ltd, 2011)
      The idea of concentrating solar energy to increase the output of photovoltaic and solar thermal collectors is an area that has received significant attention. However, the use of solar concentrators that form part of a ...
    • Development of a solar-powered liquid piston Stirling refrigerator

      Langdon-Arms, S; Gschwendtner, M; Neumaier, M (Elsevier, 2017)
      The objective of this research project is to develop a solar-powered refrigerator in the lower capacity range of up to 5 kW of cooling power. With the use of liquid pistons and one of the most efficient thermodynamic cycles ...
    • Development of a wearable haptic game interface

      Foottit, J; Brown, D; Marks, S; Connor, AM (European Alliance for Innovation (EAI), 2016)
      This paper outlines the ongoing development of a wearable haptic game interface, in this case for controlling a flight simulator. The device differs from many traditional haptic feedback implementations in that it combines ...
    • Development of environmental monitoring system with wireless sensor networks

      Ghobakhlou, A; Zandi, S; Sallis, P (Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, 2011)
      Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) technology is becoming increasingly popular, particularly as applied to a variety of monitoring and tracking applications. Recent developments and advances in both information processing and ...
    • Development of SCM competencies in construction: lessons learned from New Zealand

      Ying, FJ; Tookey, J; Roberti, H (Queensland University of Technology, 2014)
      The construction industry, which contributes around 5 percent to gross domestic product, is a vitally important industry in New Zealand. With over 50,000 businesses, the construction industry is the third largest industry ...
    • Development of the compact VLBI system for calibrating GNSS and EDM devices

      Ichikawa, R; Ishii, A; Takiguchi, H; Takefuji, K; Ujihara, H; Koyama, Y; Kondo, T; Kurihara, S; Miura, Y; Kawabata, R; Kokado, K; Machida, M; Takashima, K; Fujisaku, J; Tanimoto, D; Nozawa, K (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), 2010)
      We are developing a compact VLBI (Very Long Baseline Interferometry) system with 1.6 m diameter aperture dish in order to provide reference baseline lengths for calibration. The reference baselines are used to validate ...
    • Dew Drop (product design proposal)

      Young, E (Young and Richards, 2007)
      No abstract
    • Dialogue and Persuasion in the Islamic Tradition: Implications for Journalism

      Rahman, KA (Global Media Journal -- Canadian Edition, 2016)
      As the dominant global media, Western media face constant ethical challenges. In a fast-paced, fast-changing world post-9/11, Western media have been accused of misrepresenting Islam and Muslims through biased reporting ...
    • Dialogue and two-way symmetrical communication in Public Relations theory and practice

      Theunissen, P; Rahman, KA (AUT University, 2010)
      Dialogue is often equated to two-way symmetrical communication, and over the years the concept has been subsumed into the systems theory. Textbook authors make cursory references to “dialogue” and “conversation” while ...
    • Diffuse Solar Potential of Facades in an Urban Context Under Different Sky Conditions

      ur Rehman, N; Anderson, T; Nates, R (Australian PV Institute (APVI), 2018)
      This paper presents an advance in a method to evaluate the diffuse solar potential on facades in the urban environment. The proposed method is suitable to work in both the isotropic and anisotropic sky conditions. It employs ...
    • Digital Materiality, Embodied Practices and Fashionable Interactions in the Design of Soft Wearable Technologies

      Joseph, F; Smitheram, M; Cleveland, D; Stephens, C; Fisher, H (Chinese Institute of Design, 2017)
      The emergent field of smart textiles is recognized as an interdisciplinary domain. While each discipline has contributed specific knowledge, an initial focus on technical development has led to an emphasis on function and ...
    • Digitising New Zealand wine regions: an initial investigation

      Shanmuganathan, S (Digital Earth Summit, 2012)
      New Zealand’s climate and soil or the “ Terroir” along with carefully selected suitable grape varieties or the “Cultiva” that allow the varieties to only just ripe have made the country’s wine regions world famous over the ...