The planned project is to employ safe, noninvasive motion capture and 3D visualization tools to study canine puppy socialization behaviors in a newly developed portable motion capture unit.
This three-day residency initiated a long-term research partnership between Human Computer Interaction, digital archives, and community development.
The goal of this project was to develop a reusable form that can capture the interior shape of a person’s grip for the purpose of manufacturing custom-fit grips for products such as motorcycles, professional cutlery, golf clubs, and more.
This project aims to create a learning environment that is a hands-on, mixed-reality exhibit of the human experience in the contested landscape of World War I.
ICAT is a university-level research institute positioned at the nexus of the arts, design, engineering and science
From a workstation prototype that will improve the working conditions for operating room nurses to an infrastructure system designed to protect communities from natural disasters, interdisciplinary teams of Virginia Tech students fueled by university funding are finding creative solutions to real-world problems.
To inspire the next generation of innovators, today’s students need experiences both in and out of the classroom that integrate science, engineering, arts, and design (SEAD)…
Ever wonder what a winter session course looks like at Virginia Tech? Take a peek into the virtual world that students immersed in for two weeks during the 2018 winter session…
April 26 @ 10:00 am - 9:00 pm UTC-5
April 27 @ 8:30 am - 9:30 am UTC-5
Center for Human Computer Interaction
The Center for HCI at Virginia Tech is a university-wide research center and a world leader in both the design of novel interactive experiences and the study of human interaction with and through technology.
Center for Research in SEAD Education
CRSE serves as the university-level mechanism to strategically propagate expertise in research and evaluation related to formal and informal P-12 education in science, engineering arts, and design (SEAD).