The tabletop Makerspace was a Mitacs internship project conducted in collaboration with Science World. A set of classroom tools was developed to support ‘Maker’ activities at the museum. The tools included a home-built 3D printer and a set of electronics kits for working with the Arduino microcontroller. An introduction to electronics workshop was developed with local makers and Science World staff, which continues to run at the museum and in the community.
- Navigation Interface Tutorial
- Gamified Research
- Navigational Search in VR: Do Reference Frames Help?
- Virtual Earthgazing — towards an overview effect in Virtual Reality
- Lean and Elegant Motion Cueing in VR
- Pulse Breath Water
- Immersive & Embodied Teleoperation Interfaces
- VR in Architecture Design & Review
- Transition into VR: TransLocation
- Cross-Disciplinary ‘Immersion’ Framework
- Gyroxus Gaming Chair for Motion Cueing in VR
- Embodied Self-Motion Illusions in VR
- Path Integration in 3D
- Spatial Updating With(out) Physical Motions?
- Lost Spirit
- state.scape: EEG-based Responsive Art Installation
- Biofeedback in VR — SOLAR
- Motion Seats for VR
- The Tabletop Makerspace
- Dynamic Visual Cues for Spatial Updating
- Navigational Search in VR: Do we need to walk?
- Spatial Cognition in VR vs. real world
- Auditory Navigation Displays
- Sympathetic Guitar
- Sonic Cradle