It was a good reminder that taking on a Doctorate is an enormously deep learning experience and most likely all consuming.
Some of Dr Prices projects are well aligned to my interest, e.g.work on an app to develop emotional self regulation in children. I mentioned my hopes for google glass to help people on the spectrum with emotional face recognition.
Dr Price also introduced some interesting new concepts such as using 'tangible technologies' with children with learning difficulties. This could involve the use of touch screen tables that I saw around the TES SEN show to allow children to manipulate objects as part of an interactive, potentially collaborative game. This is something that would work well with our pocket playground social interaction game app, (still in development).
Its inspiring to see the rich collaborative approaches within the lab, I'm not ready to jump into running a company and attempting a doctorate yet so for now I just hope our projects might take the interest of some masters or PHD students so that I can continue to closely follow the work of such a dynamic institution.