Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
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(IEEE, 2020-09-29)We introduce a novel system and technique for materialising the deformable shapes of sound-resonance on 3D objects. This technical framework presents a novel approach using a series of simple processes to manage complex ...
Robots and Uncertainty: An investigation into the impact of the aesthetic visualisation on people’s trust of robots. (2020-12-13)Human senses have evolved to pick-up on sensory cues. Beyond our perception, they play an integral role in our emotional processing, learning, and interpretation. They are what help us to sculpt our everyday experiences ...
An investigation into the sustainability of the current fuels used for cooking in Ghana to inform future energy policies (2020-12-10)There are sustainability, health and environmental concerns in many developing countries where the use of solid fuels for cooking in poorly ventilated kitchens is a common practice. The utilisation ...
Arts on Prescription: Observed changes in anxiety, depression, and wellbeing across referral cycles (Elsevier, 2021)Objectives: Arts on Prescription (AoP) interventions are partof mainstreamsocial prescribing provisionin primary health care. Whilst the body of evidence for AoPinterventions has been developing, this has primarilyfocuse ...
(MDPI, 2021-01-05)Clays attributed to have medicinal properties have been used since prehistoric times and are still used today as complementary medicines, which has given rise to unregulated “bioceutical” clays to treat skin conditions. ...
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