Monthly Archives: November 2016

Virtual Reality - the ultimate empathy machine? IAT 445 "immersive environments" showcase

Project show­case on Friday December 9th 2016, 10am-2pm On Friday December 9th 2016, the stu­dents from my course on “immer­sive envi­ron­ments” (IAT 445) will be pre­sent­ing their final projects in the Mezzanine on our SFU Surrey campus, from about 10:00am — 2pm. [update: see media cov­er­age from BlackPress at http://www.northdeltareporter.com/news/405786476.html] 10 stu­dent teams show­cased their own immer­sive Virtual Reality projects that they devel­oped in […]

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3 new iSpace presentations on altered states of consciousness

Alex, Mirjana and Katerina recently pre­sented their cur­rent projects in SIAT’s research col­lo­quium, here’s the video record­ing — Enjoy! Alex Kitson: Are you dream­ing? A phe­nom­e­no­log­i­cal approach to under­stand­ing lucid dreams as a tool for intro­spec­tion and mental well-being Mirjana Prpa & Kivanc Tatar: Pulse Breath Water through the lenses of Art, Technology, Collaboration and Research Katerina […]

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16 project presentations from my “Quantitative Research Methods" (IAT802) course...

On November 26th (12:30–2:20),  stu­dents in my grad course on “Quantitative Research Methods & Design (IAT802)” that I teach this Fall 2016 give their final 5:30-min project pre­sen­ta­tions in the SIAT research col­lo­quium at Simon Fraser University. Enjoy! here’s the video record­ing of the whole ses­sion:   Here’s the list of speak­ers and topics Elgin […]

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