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Reaching across space and culture

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    A Day In The Life
    A Day In The Life

    A web-based interactive narrative that show the story in different characters' perspectives that relates to the semester theme, Time, Space, Together, Apart.

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    ARCH
    ARCH | Architecture Creation Club, bridging design and the environment

    ARCH is an after-school program focused on diversifying the creative technology professions by giving high school students access to develop hard skills in architecture, urban planning, and engineering through higher education student mentorship. The program will center design equity for a year-long project where students can earn credits and scholarships.

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    Art reach
    Art Reach Easy Art Video Series

    Virginia Tech Perspective Gallery employs students to work with the director overseeing gallery operations and programming. During the pandemic we continued supporting their positions and kept the arts alive and available for student co-curricular activities through a series of student created “easy art” videos and Take & Make Pop Ups.

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    Come SEE the Place-Based FEW (Food-Energy-Water) Nexus Curriculum Designed for Rural Middle Schoolers
    Come SEE the Place-Based FEW (Food-Energy-Water) Nexus Curriculum Designed for Rural Middle Schoolers

    Aligned with the mission of SEE VT (Summer Enrichment Experience at Virginia Tech), the FEW (Food-Energy-Water) Nexus curriculum is supported by a critical pedagogy of place framework to increase educational opportunities in rural Appalachia. Responsive to the region, this curriculum focuses on sustainability in agriculture and engineering and aims to mitigate existing academic opportunity gaps for rural students.

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    Debating Higher Education's Networked Futures
    Debating Higher Education's Networked Futures

    The pandemic has put higher education’s claims of a networked future to the test. Will new technologies bridge physical distance, save money, and generate tailored experiences? Or, will they diminish the quality of education, commodify knowledge, and sap motivations to learn? Students in Innovation in Context hold a research-based debate to find out.

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    Demoscene Sequencing Looper
    Demoscene Sequencing Looper

    This is a tracker that uses Pure Data, a creative coding language, to connect multiple users to one server and remotely collaborate on the same piece of creative work.

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    Destination Areas: Building Transdisciplinary Research and Learning Communities
    Destination Areas: Building Transdisciplinary Research and Learning Communities

    Transdisciplinary communities at Virginia Tech are working collaboratively to address complex problems that impact the human condition. Teams are working across disciplinary boundaries to address challenges in rural health, infectious disease, coastal mitigation, brain health and development, quantum information science and engineering, advanced manufacturing, and security.

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    mashed.mp3
    Mashed.mp3

    Mashed.mp3 is an extension of the Apple iMessage application that allows users to view artistic visualizations that are generated from data representing the chat members' musical preferences and recent listening habits. As the visualization changes over time, group members can see how their individual choices affect the group's image.

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    Monument Public Address System
    Monument Public Address System

    Monument Public Address System is a mobile augmented reality (AR) app that superimposes audio and visual narratives of justice, liberation, and inclusion onto existing Confederate monuments and sites where monuments have been removed.

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    Music of the world
    Music of the World

    Music of the World is an interactive website that allows the user to listen to songs and learn about different countries by clicking on the country and hearing some of their most popular songs.

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    Play to Make
    Play to Make

    Play to Make is a foundation course for the Creativity + Innovation Destination Area. The spring 2021 transdisciplinary cohort composed short films to challenge themselves technically with digital story telling, and conceptually by tackling a topic with global impact.

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    Project John Doe
    Project John Doe

    An interactive narrative where you apply your social media skills to find a missing person with an unknown identity.

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    Realms
    Realms

    Realms is a retail-based social engagement app for local businesses and their customers within the community. We aim to optimize the engagement level during local shopping, dining, and entertaining.

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    TalkItOut
    TalkItOut

    TalkItOut is a mobile application that is built to help individuals navigate through difficult personal and professional conversations. Our application provides a solution through negotiation and aims to save time and energy of those involved.

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    Teleport
    Teleport

    In this project, you have an opportunity to travel to different cities in the world in one trip. You can choose one area you are interested in and we will make a specific trip plan for you. Try to solve the puzzles we give you and figure out where the next destination is.

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    #VTDITC: Hip Hop Studies at Virginia Tech
    VTDITC: Hip Hop Studies at Virginia Tech

    Digging in the Crates: Hip Hop Studies at Virginia Tech, or #VTDITC, exists to foster a sense of community among artists, fans, and scholars. We hope to model that students’ and community members’ personal interests are worthy of academic study and further institutionalize Hip Hop Studies’ presence at VT.

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    Virtual Museums: Avatar-guided and Game-based Experiences for Learning and Engagement
    Virtual Museums: Avatar-guided and Game-based Experiences for Learning and Engagement

    Presence, engagement, and a real connection are difficult to establish through virtual exhibits. To explore these challenges, we partnered with the Liberation War Museum in Bangladesh and created a web-based 3D virtual museum where three galleries have three different presentation modalities - "self-guided," "avatar-guided," and "game-based." We explore their learnability, usability, and engagement.