We are proud to announce the AIMS Digital Innovation Campus will open in January of 2012. This campus, modeled after Miami University’s Luxembourg Campus, will offer a semester-long immersive experience for Miami students in the Bay Area. AIMS plans to bring a cohort of students (initially 20-30, but ultimately more) to live, work, study, play, [...]
Interactive Media News
[Also see the new micro-site: AIMS Digital Innovation Center]
This has been a long time coming, indeed. In many ways, AIMS has been moving towards the creation of this Center for nearly a decade. I remember, about ten years ago, sitting with our Advisory Board and noting that half of them were from the Bay Area. [...]
Miami University’s Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies invites all to join the “watch pit” for the plenary session of 2011′s Health Datapalooza on June 9th from 8am – 12:00pm EST. Join us in Room 2040 of the Farmer School of Business for coffee, snacks, and all the data awesomeness you can stand. This event [...]
Thursday, October 21st, AIMS faculty and students were honored to present their work to His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama during his visit to Oxford. In an invitation-only event that morning, in Hall Auditorium, Glenn Platt (Co-Director of AIMS), Eric Hodgson (Director of the Smale Visualization Center), and Noah Bornstein (AIMS student and recent graduate) [...]
Please join us for our exciting AIMS open house on Saturday, October 2 from 9:00-11:00am in 2040 and 3061A Farmer School of Business.
We will have presentations/demonstrations of:
interactive media in education
usability & eye-tracking
and AIMS faculty and student work
Learn more about AIMS and our innovative 21st century program and coursework.
Armstrong Interactive (AI), is a client-based consulting experience and is the capstone course of the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies. AI contracts with corporate and non-profit clients to develop digital solutions to their operational problems. Over the course of one semester, a team of students, from disciplines as diverse as marketing, computer science, graphic [...]
Jacob Tonski, visiting AIMS faculty
(formerly Bank Art)
Los Angeles CA
CAUSE & EFFECT
Peter Fischli &
Sep 05, 2009 – Nov 14, 2009
LM PROJECTS is please to announce its first exhibition, “Cause and Effect,” showcasing a collection of video based performances and kinetic sculpture from the mid 1960′s to the present. Though the [...]
This summer, Miami University’s HIVE facility (Huge Immersive Virtual Environment) upgraded its optical position-tracking system. Already the largest facility of its kind in the world, the upgrade from 8 infrared cameras to 12 will allow the HIVE to track users’ positions over an even larger area and with higher accuracy. Users of the HIVE can [...]
Thursday begins the Oxford Project III– this time @ Carnegie Mellon.
Thanks to the mucho graciousness of code/art guru Golan Levin, Processing desperados: Casey Reas, Ben Fry, Dan Shiffman, Andres Colubri and this very wanting blogger will converge on Steel Town for 2 days of “wicked” fun (oh wait, that’s Bean Town). Why you might ask [...]
Newtek will make an announcement tomorrow that they’re touting as a big deal, see http://www.ustream.tv/channel/newtek-core. What’s perhaps most interesting about this is how it will impact the current dynamic in the 3D pro app industry. If you haven’t been keeping up to date on your favorite 3D app, it’s likely that it’s probably owned by [...]