June 9, 2020
The “Thinking Tools for Wicked Problems” webinar series concludes with Martha Russell as she examines how we are interconnected in this networked world and how to orchestrate relational capital and shared vision to create the future we want to live in.
Getting computers to do our bidding has always been a bit mysterious to those of us not steeped in machine code, operating systems, and programming. mediaX Distinguished Visiting Scholar Susan Stucky explains why and how that has changed.
On March 12, 2019 mediaX welcomed President Carlos Alvarado and his delegation from Costa Rica to discuss the use of VR and XR in their country. the visit included a tour and demo inside the VHIL Lab on campus.
From The Theme LEARNING AND TRAINING WHAT IF What if we could better understand the effects of audio latency and delay on networked musical performance and collaboration? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to better understand the effects of latency and delay on musical performance in a network setting. These disruptions occur […]
From The Theme POTENTIAL, PERFORMANCE AND PRODUCTIVITY WHAT IF What if we could enable remote team workers to leverage the Internet of Things for collaboration? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO This project set out to improve our understanding of coordination and collaboration in geographically distributed project teams with a specific focus on the requirements […]
From The Theme POTENTIAL, PERFORMANCE AND PRODUCTIVITY WHAT IF What if we could improve the hiring experience for on demand workers and employers? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to develop and test an online tool (Vitae) designed to improve the presentation and evaluation of worker qualifications. Researchers hypothesized that aggregating work […]
From The Theme SMART OFFICE WORKFLOWS WHAT IF What if we could capture knowledge and interactions in real time, in order to better understand team interaction and workflow? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to develop a knowledge capture and reuse system that enables real-time analysis and feedback for design workspaces. Our […]
From The Theme ONLINE MEDIA CONTENT WHAT IF What if we could develop and study a mechanism for managing media content that preserves media companies’ digital rights, while providing consumers with new video expression and sharing functions? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to conduct research that would simulate the provision of […]
From The Theme ONLINE MEDIA CONTENT WHAT IF What if we could develop a video interface and digital bookmarking tool that would encourage and enable students to collaborate? WHAT WE SET OUT TO DO We set out to pilot a new user interface during a live Stanford University engineering course, offered by the Stanford Center […]