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Museum of Anthropology exhibit features SFU SIAT team’s design and technology

GRAND researchers Alissa Antle, Kate Hennessy and Reese Muntean are part of a collaboration to showcase past and present Musqueam culture to museum-goers. (SFU-SIAT website) Read More

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Basketball visualization gives fans a new window on the game

App developed by UBC PhD student Peter Beshai makes NBA big data visual and accessible. Read More

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University of Toronto lab looking at ways of combating isolation

U of T's TAGlab led by GRAND researcher Dr. Ron Baecker is developing technology to combat social isolation and loneliness among older adults. Read More. (CBC News/Photo: TAGlab)

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Spotlight on Canada’s leading digital health research at latest GRAND forums

Virtual reality simulators, therapeutic games and tele-rehabilitation are just some of the emerging technologies transforming Canadian healthcare. Read More. Photo courtesy of Dalhousie University

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Logging onto the Internet of Things

UBC prof Rodger Lea explains that the Internet of Things isn’t just coming – it’s already here. Read More (UBC Website | Photo: OpenSpime, Flickr)

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The Secret Life of Passwords

GRAND researchers Christopher Collins and Rafael Veras Guimarães at UOIT provide insights for New York Times story into how passwords reflect our language and culture. Read More (UOIT Website).

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Reports from Scotland's Tiree Tech Wave 8: At the edge of digital media and culture

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Award-winning app takes interactive cinema in a new direction

NSCAD researchers combine traditional cinema with locative media to reinvent the art of storytelling. Read More

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Reconfiguring journalism in the digital era

Charting the evolution of data journalism in newsrooms with UBC professor Alfred Hermida. Read More

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Arcade 11 is back! For 3 days, TAG is hosting an arcade of experimental games for public enjoyment.
The 18th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing will be held in Vancouver BC. CSCW is the premier venue for research in the use and design of technologies that affect groups, organizations, communities, and networks.
The 3rd International Conference on Japan Game Studies will be held at Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan.
Graphics Interface (GI) is the longest running conference in the field. GI 2015, the 41st annual conference will be held in conjunction with Computer and Robot Vision (CRV) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The premier international forum for innovations in mobile, portable and personal devices is in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The 2015 IEEE International Conference on Image Processing will be held in Quebec City this September.
2015 ACM International Conference on Interactive Tabletops and Surfaces will be in Funchal, Madeira, Portugal.
Keeping troubling online behaviour open to public scrutiny provides a valuable tool for staging an effective intervention (CTV News)
GRAND researchers Alissa Antle, Kate Hennessy and Reese Muntean are part of a collaboration to showcase past and present Musqueam culture to museum-goers. (SFU-SIAT website)
Interactive Buckets app developed by UBC PhD student Peter Beshai makes NBA big data visual and accessible.
U of T's TAGlab led by GRAND researcher Dr. Ron Baecker is developing technology to combat social isolation and loneliness among older adults.
With $3 million from SSHRC, Concordia professor Kim Sawchuk is undertaking a seven-year study of the experiences of aging in networked societies - the first large-scale study of its kind. (UA article)
Virtual reality simulators, therapeutic games and tele-rehabilitation are just some of the emerging technologies transforming Canadian healthcare.
UBC prof Rodger Lea in GRAND explains that the Internet of Things isn’t just coming – it’s already here. (UBC Website)
GRAND researchers Christopher Collins and Rafael Veras Guimarães at UOIT provide insights for New York Times story into how passwords reflect our language and culture. (UOIT Website).
GRAND HQP take part in a hands-on workshop exploring the edges of technology on the wild edge of Scotland.
NSCAD researchers combine traditional cinema with locative media to reinvent the art of storytelling.
UBC professor Alfred Hermida is charting the evolution of data journalism in newsrooms.
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