HandHeld was a piece made in 2005 as part of my Masters thesis. It explored the narrative possibilities of video on hand-held devices (long before the iPhone). I built a custom viewing device that used two 7-inch LCD panels and a motion sensor. Software combined motion data with video clips and real-time-generated elements to affect and modify playback as the device was moved by the viewer. The work was shown in a number of exhibitions, including the Microwave Media Arts Festival.