With the collaboration of

Martijn ten Bhömer, graduated cum laude in June 2010. During an internship at Microsoft Research in Cambridge (United Kingdom) he designed a now patented device for photo sharing. In his graduation project he investigated the topic of sharing experiences and cultural values in communication.After working as freelance interaction designer in projects related to surface computing and intelligent lighting he started in April 2011 with his three year PhD research on the changing role of the designer in multi-stakeholder design collaboration processes of intelligent products and services. This work is part of the Smart Textile Services project in the the Creative Industry Scientific Programme (CRISP)

and Eva Deckers graduated cum laude in June 2009 in Industrial Design. Her graduation project on how to design for perceptive qualities in artifacts continued in a three year PhD project which she started after a trip around the world in April 2010. Her work is founded in notion of the phenomenology of perception (Merleau-Ponty 1945) and of the ecological psychology (Gibson 1979). Intelligent Interior Textiles is the application field of her designs that support and show her research. By working with industrial partners out of the textile industry she tries to bring the academic, high tech and industry closer together.