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Newest Undergraduate Stories
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The Touchpoint Design Conference connects SIAT’s undergraduate students and program to industry in tangible ways through a one-day conference featuring inspiring and informative talks from leading design industry professionals
What happens when the best and brightest undergraduate students of the Faculty of Communication, Art and Technology gather in one place to show off their wares and project work? Pure innovation in the form of installations, papers, displays and performances!
Newest Graduate Stories
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My research, broadly, explores how we embed values into technology. I am interested in the intersections of technology and traditional knowledge, tangible and intangible cultural heritage, digital repatriation, ethics, sustainability, and materiality.
Audrey received her Ph.D. from SIAT in 2016. She is an Assistant Professor in the School of Art, Art History, and Design at the University of Washington in Seattle.
I explore how people draw in virtual reality to inform the creation of user interfaces that allow everyone to create accurate shapes and precise strokes.
Newest Research Stories
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The Tangible Embodied Child-Computer Interaction Lab, directed by Professor Alissa Antle, conducts applied research addressing the modern needs of kids. Capitalising on the mind-body unity, the Lab design of tangible interfaces that aim to make a difference in children’s lives.
Through applied research in the design of human-computer interaction for everyday scenario, cLab members are contributing to the refinement of research and design methods to increase the interaction efficiency and improve its overall quality.
Dr. Aceves Sepúlveda’s latest work Women Made Visible: Feminist Art and Media in post-1968 Mexico was recently published by the University of Nebraska.