Professor Doug James uses a new algorithm with faster tools to seamlessly sync sound and action in a simulated 3D setting.
Rhiju Das and Ingmar Riedel-Kruse feel games have been enhancing time-consuming biomedical research while allowing players to experience real-world science, which is often otherwise hidden behind laboratory doors.
Gordon Wetzstein uses eye-tracking technology to automatically control lenses that are designed to restore proper vision in people who would ordinarily need progressive lenses.
Relive the April 25th, 2019 “Digital Communities and the Augmented Human Experience” discussions from Stanford thought leaders and industry experts that delved into ideas of what builds community in 2019 and beyond.
Richard Tong is the Chief Architect of Squirrel AI Learning by Yixue Education Group. He is an experienced ed-tech technologist, executive and entrepreneur. He was the Head of Implementation, Greater China Region for Knewton, and Director of Solution Architecture for Amplify Education. He also served as CTO of Phoenix New Media (NYSE:FENG). He has been heavily […]
Professor Jeremy Bailenson leads a study with other researchers that finds people’s interactions with a virtual person in AR influenced how they behaved and acted in the physical world.
June 3, 2019
This year, the summit on June 3rd and 4th will focus is on “Crossing the Data Layer Through Mobility,” and will look at how new advances in material sciences, robotics, electric cars, cyber-security, autonomous vehicles, and artificial intelligence will impact the exchange of data to create new insights in urban settings.
Professor Roy Pea is one of 6 Stanford faculty members elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, which honors exceptional scholars, leaders, artists and innovators engaged in advancing the public good.
Margaret Levi, director of the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences for “having laid the foundations of our understanding of why citizens accept state coercion, by combining theoretical acumen and historical knowledge.”