September 10, 1999

(Photograph) - Handful: Dish is a palm-sized communications device for 11 to 14-year-old girls, designed by Sandra Beckstead, Catherine Clark, Sandra von Haselberg and Marianne Jefferys, graduate students on the MA design for interactive media course at Middlesex University. Dish allows users to send and receive handwritten messages, take and store digital photos, exchange photos and suggest clothes swops, and select groups of friends for closed information sharing using special physical plugs. The device was unveiled at the students' annual show at the Canndid Gallery in London last week. Details of Dish and other student projects, including digital arts, electronic arts and digital architecture are on the show website, www.cea.mdx.ac.uk/show99

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