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Fall 2020 Project Showcase
- Late Nights: Graphic Novel Project
- I'm at Soup (Kinetic Typography)
- That's MY Pen!
- My Hopes and Dreams Entering Adulthood
- Safe Islands: A design solution to promote social distancing
- Murdock From Paragon (Steampunk Costume)
- GI Smart app
- The Cage
- Totems of Time
- The Arena 2
- Circuit Critter
- Fishing Joy
- Food Security
- Laundry Day Simulation
- Recognize, Reflect, and Unite
- A Cup of Coffee, Please
- ABM Vivacious
- Light After Death
- Moment Track
- Crimson Falcon
- ESSENTIAL: a COVID-19 Documentary
- Impossible Photography
- Witch's Brew
- Monster Under the Bed
- Frolicking Flower
- Brand Poster Design
- Secret Box from Secret Santa
- Coffee or Tea?
- The Grand Fishery
- Argon Chalice Redesign 1
- Argon Chalice Redesign 2
- Ventura Future Microsite
- La Petite Mort
Meet our graduate students and learn about their research.
Graduate student Xin Tong explores the use of virtual reality (VR) for the health sector.
Alex Kitson is investigating how to design for virtual reality that supports self-transcendence–decreased self-salience and increased feelings of connectedness to others and one's surroundings.
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.
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.
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.
Erick Oduor received his Ph.D. from SIAT in 2015. He is currently a research scientist at IBM Research Africa located in Nairobi, Kenya. In this graduate alumni spotlight, Erick reflects on his experience at SIAT and offers advice to current graduate students.
A graduate student design team led by Dr. Alissa Antle tackles escalating violence, inequality and marginalization in schools by envisioning a futuristic learning environment for children.
While at SIAT, sun proposes to establish common ground between art making, performance, artist presentations and creative writing.
SFU PhD students in SIAT have created a free online, immersive virtual reality installation that transforms participants into virtual ethereal auras to invite experiences of connection.
Mirjana is graduating with a PhD in Interactive Arts & Technology. Her dissertation focuses on how can we use experiences provided by immersive virtual reality (VR) to bring focus and attention back to ourselves.
SIAT MA candidate Meta Vaughan awarded this year's Terry Fox Gold Medal for her dedicated support to the local Cystic Fibrosis community.
Yasamin is graduating with a PhD in Interactive Arts & Technology this June. Her dissertation focusses on human/computer interactions and connecting family through asynchronous audio stories.
Data science researcher and SIAT PhD candidate Stan Nowak provides data visualizations for this article on forecasting avalanches.
Yasamin is graduating with a PhD in Interactive Arts & Technology this June. Her dissertation focusses on human-computer interactions and connecting family through asynchronous audio stories.
Weina Jin is a 3rd-year PhD student in SIAT. Her thesis has a focus on developing explainable AI (artificial intelligence) to support doctors' decision-making processes. As a research assistant in supervisor Dr. Diane Gromala’s Pain Studies Lab, she designs virtual reality technologiesfor chronic pain patients.