To be Announced
In light of current events, EMBC CoP April 2020 has been postponed until further notice. We appreciate your understanding.
If you or anyone you know may be interested in presenting their work in using emerging technologies, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to speak to the EMBC CoP coordinator Sam Peng. Thank you!
This month’s meeting will be hosted at the National Film Board of Canada in downtown Vancouver from 3:00 to 5:00 PM on Friday, March 6, located at 351 Abbott Street in the Screening Room. As per usual, we will have guest presentations from leaders in the emerging technology community share their work, so that we Read more about March 2020[…]
The first meeting of 2020 will be hosted by Microsoft next Friday, January 10 from 3:00 – 5:00 PM at 725 Granville Street, Vancouver, BC, V7Y 1G5 on the 7th floor. Speaker list: Dr. Chang Lu | postdoc research fellow at Blockchain@UBC. Dr. Chang Lu studies the adoption of Blockchain technology in healthcare from an Read more about January 2020[…]
For this month’s EMBC CoP, we’re doing something a little different. Emerging Media Lab’s Faculty-in-Residence Dr. Patrick Pennefather has put together a holiday special for all! Debunking Myths: The Hazards and Joys of Emerging Tech Development Still have unanswered questions about diving into xR development? Anxious about integrating emerging technology in your teaching, research, artistic Read more about December 2019[…]
Our November EMBC CoP meeting is taking place in the second week of the month as per usual. Innovation UBC will be hosting the event on Friday, November 15 from 3:00-5:00 PM in their space at UBC Robson Square. Speakers: Atif Mahmud, an Emerging Media Lab project lead, will present an introduction to Scholars VR. Read more about November 2019[…]
October 2019 This month’s EMBCoP was centered around the theme “Photogrammetry and 3D Modelling”. Agenda: 1. “Using Phones to Augment Immersive Experiences,” with David Clement Summary: A series of demonstrations and discussion on ways we can use phones to greatly increase the quality and impact of immersive experiences: Real-time localization using ARKit 3, real-time object detection Read more about October 2019[…]
June 2019 The Emerging Media BC Community of Practice is a community of experts and professionals from academic institutions, industry and community groups, as well as others whose work and interests are related to immersive media and emerging technologies. The June 2019 meeting will be hosted by Vancouver Coastal Health. Agenda: Welcome, Conrad Cone, VCH Read more about June 2019[…]
May 2019 The Emerging Media BC Community of Practice is a community of experts and professionals from academic institutions, industry and community groups, as well as others whose work and interests are related to immersive media and emerging technologies. The May 2019 meeting will be hosted by the Centre for Digital Media at the Hangar Read more about May 2019[…]
April 2019 The Emerging Media BC Community of Practice is a community of experts and professionals from academic institutions, industry and community groups, as well as others whose work and interests are related to immersive media and emerging technologies. The April 2019 meeting will be hosted at the School of Interactive Arts and Technology (SIAT) Read more about April 2019[…]
We’ll briefly introduce BeThere360 – a digital asset management & distribution platform with 360-ready mobile apps for higher education. We’ll then focus on walking through a demo of BeThere360’s new sync play feature, which allows educators to control video playback across many joined devices in multiple locations. Give your students, colleagues and collaborators an innovative Read more about November 2018[…]
Yao Wang – Industry Speaker Yao Wang is a multimedia composer, sound designer and producer. She started ICTUS, an immersive content creation company that specializes in spatial audio. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, Yao worked at MIT for about a year to help integrate VR into their curriculum. Her time is now fully Read more about February 2019[…]
Dr. Stoo Sepp, University of Wollongong | Human movement, cognition and learning: Implications for VR in educational research and practice
Dr. Li Ji, LlamaZOO Interactive Inc | Towards Industrial Digital Twin Visualization for the Resource Sector
Jon Festinger, Peter A. Allard School of Law | MEdia: Freedom of Thought in Virtual Realities
Zhaoming Xie, UBC Computer Science | Learning to Walk Using Deep Reinforcement Learning
Adam Herr & Yana Pertels, Eyemole | Augmented Reality Streetwear
Dr. Siobhán McPhee, UBC Department of Geography | VR versus AR: when are they pedagogically appropriate?
Kyle Stooshnov, UBC Digital Literacy Centre | Virtual Renaissancing : A New Space for Drama Education
Graham Cunliffe, FingerFood Studios VP of Business Affairs | Using Technology as a Tool to Solve Problems
Bernie Garrett, School of Nursing | Clinical Healthcare Applications and Research for VR
Bernard Reike, Assistant Professor, SIAT | Could Virtual Reality Make Us More Human?
Qian Zhou, UBC PhD Student | Spherical Fish Tank VR
David Gyimah, Head of disLAB, University of Westminster | Interdisciplinary approach to VR, via looking at Art, Cinema Journalism, Emotions and Technology
Maria Lantin, Director, Research S3D Centre at Emily Carr University | Being Basically Good In The Digital World
Claudia Krebs, Professor of Teaching, UBC | Holobrain
Nicola Anderson, Post-doctoral Researcher, UBC | Eye tracking in VR
Camilo Perez, Postdoctoral Fellow, UBC | Advancing Industrial Human-Robot Interaction | Methods with Augmented Reality
Eyemole, EML Sandbox Collective
Michael Goh, Daphne Liu, Li Ze Choo, Hotdog Studio | Riddikulus
Wendy Traas, Alex Kuskowski, UBC Library | UBC AR Explore
Markus von der Heyde, Lead R&D, Archiact | TeleSpider Robot