Classroom Mapping

Tron World

by Kuo-Wei Lee

Concept:

We are in this 21st century, and we take advantage of advanced technology to make daily lives more and more convenient. I consider 21st century as the “Digital Century”. Everything is binary in the digital world with 0 & 1 combinations which is extremely simple but ordered. The shapes are based on circles, triangles and squares. Continue reading “Classroom Mapping”

Graduating Students – The Road Ahead

With graduation just around the corner, the future becomes clear for graduating students. They have a goal set in their mind; they want to work their dream job where they can apply their skill-set and what they have learned through their degree. Four masters-level students of the ArtSciLab, graduating in Spring 2018, share their interests and future plans after they graduate. Continue reading “Graduating Students – The Road Ahead”

Students Make Invaluable Connections During Sabre’s Visit

Sabre- An Innovative Technology Company is a travel technology company based in Southlake, TX. It is the largest Global Distribution Systems provider for air bookings in North America. Sabre is a global technology company whose “innovative technology is used by more than a billion people around the world to plan, book and get to their destination at a time and price that’s right for them.” Continue reading “Students Make Invaluable Connections During Sabre’s Visit”

Exploring Visual Poetry: ArtSide Workshop at the 2018 RAW Conference

by Kuo-Wei Lee, Shruthy Sreepathy, Yusra Khan

Students from the ArtSciLab hosted on ArtSide,at the 10th annual RAW: Research-Art-Writing Conference at The University of Texas at Dallas in February.
Kuo-Wei Lee (M.A. ’18, Arts and Technology), Shruthy Sreepathy, and Yusra Khan (both M.S. ’18, Applied Cognition and Neuroscience) presented ArtSide: Enhancing the Connection Between Cities and Communities. ArtSide—Lee’s master’s thesis, first prototyped in Professor Cassini Nazir’s Creating Interactive Media course—aims to enhance the social experience of public art through social and technological and strengthen the relationship between city and its communities. Continue reading “Exploring Visual Poetry: ArtSide Workshop at the 2018 RAW Conference”