Cryptosphere – making digital interaction effortful

This week, organised a two-day workshop with 26 students from eight different high schools in Copenhagen. During the workshop, each of the students created a “Cryptosphere”, which is an interactive device designed to make digital interaction effortful. The purpose is to make and preserve the importance of personal interaction in a time where it has never been easier to interact digitally. While creating their Cryptosphere, the students worked with microcontrollers, LED strips and motion sensors and reflected on the design of interactive devices. And all of them brought their Cryptospheres, microcontrollers, and sensors home!

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Media representations of computer science – what do what computer scientists do? how do they look like? – are an important aspect of broadening participation in computing. In this new article, you can read some extracts of an interview to Prof. Pernille Bjørn on representations of computer science and gender based on her research in