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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
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Professor Wolfgang Stuerzlinger and his colleagues have recently been named the recipients of an NSERC grant to research and develop better communication about COVID-19 trends through 3D visualization.
Aircraft maintenance crews could soon be checking their engines in a virtual world, given new research underway by SIAT's Wolfgang Stuerzlinger and collaborators at SFU and the National Research Council of Canada (NRC).
As a COVID-19 vaccine draws closer, SIAT researchers Diane Gromala, Chris Shaw and a team of graduate students are working to identify those who’ll need vaccinations first—individuals who the Centre for Disease Control identifies as most vulnerable and at-risk.
Dr. Alissa Antle is partnering with Curatio to create a private social network that helps children cope with their socio-emotional needs during COVID-19.
COVID-19 has made face-to-face training difficult for healthcare workers and medical staff. Learn how researchers from SIAT are working with an international team to tackle this problem using virtual reality.
Dr. William Odom has recently been awarded a 5-year research grant to investigate the theoretical and practical development of slow interaction design.
Dr. Ron Wakkary discusses how posthumanism plays a role in designing for the unknown in this episode of Future Talks with Fab Lab Barcelona.
Three SIAT faculty members have been awarded research and resource grants to support their diverse research projects.
Dr. Steve DiPaola discusses the AI system he and colleagues created that artificially replicates the process through which human artists paint portraits.
Together with her former supervisor Dr. Alissa Antle, SIAT alumna Dr. Min Fan ran a field study investigating how children from rural, low socioeconomic status schools used and perceived an AR app in English language learning.
Dr. Lyn Bartram discusses the role of colour in data visualization.
Chantal Gibson's new art show A Grammar of Loss: Studies in Erasure explores representations of Blackness in the Canadian cultural landscape.
Steve Dipaola recently contributed his AI generated art to the sold out show "God in Three Persons" that played at the Museum of Modern Art.