Christopher Power is an Associate Professor in Human Computer Interaction at the University of York (UK) and is Vice-President of The AbleGamers Charity. For the past 15 years he has worked passionately in research in inclusion, with an aim to lessen inequality for people with disabilities and older adults in our society. He has been technical lead on inclusion projects in a diverse set of domains including the web, apps and games resulting in over 70 peer reviewed publications. He believes that games provide incredible opportunities for accessible player experiences that can deliver wellbeing and quality of life outcomes for people with disabilities and older adults.
Selected academic publications / media publications:
C. Power, P. Cairns, A Denisova, T Papaioannou, R Gultrom (2018) Lost at the Edge of Uncertainty: Measuring Player Experience in Digital Games, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction (in press)
J. Beeston, C. Power, P. Cairns, M. Barlet (2018) Accessible Player Experiences: The Players, 16th International Conference on Computers Helping People with Special Needs, July 11-13, 2018, Springer (in press)
Full publication list maintained at: https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=1ZA0JtcAAAAJ&hl=en