Some projects are sensitive, some have copyright restrictions, others are not suitable for the web. Perhaps this is why there is little listed here from Natalie Wilde
Natalie Wilde is currently on the first year of the MAT Program. Her current research interests surround the acquisition of creativity in toddlers and how the ever increasing digital world is having an impact on the creative abilities of future generations. She has a background predominantly within Product and Interaction design, specialising in products aimed at children and sustainability though efficient manufacturing processes. As part of her Undergraduate work she developed an urban baby buggy which aimed to reduce the problem of air pollution in London and the damage this can have on a babies lung development. More recently she has completed an internship at Cisco, where she aided the design of a mobile application which made transport options clearer around the North Greenwich area. She has also presented research surrounding the use of 3D augmented reality within the classroom to tech young children about nets of shapes at the 3DS Conference hosted at Ravensbourne.