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CHAI goes VIVID

As part of Vivid Sydney 2013, the Seymour Centre will showcase the best ideas from the brightest students and researchers in light and technology from The University of Sydney.The iconic 70s façade of the Seymour Centre will be illuminated in bold new ways by some of the most inventive postgraduate students of Illumination Design at The University of Sydney Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning. Light sculptures and installations will feature throughout the Centre.

The best in technology will also be on show in the Seymour foyers featuring interactive tabletops and walls developed by the Computer Human Adapted Interaction (CHAI) Research Group at the University. Tabletops work as giant tablet screens where people can explore combinations of images, documents, videos and interactive maps and can “throw” an object from the table onto the wall to communicate and investigate in a wholly new way.The new wave in illumination and technology starts here.

Monday 3rd to Saturday 8th June 2013.http://www.vividsydney.com/events/vivid-sydney-at-the-seymour-lights/


Author Bio

Judy Kay

Judy Kay

Judy aims to create personalised computing that is embedded throughout the environment to support people in the broad range of activities that are important to their lives.

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