As the sun goes down, join us for the first Design at Dusk for 2019, featuring the theme: Deviation and Decision Trees: The Art of Computational Conversation.
Date: Wednesday 27 March
Time: 5.15pm for a 5.30pm start
Location: Tin Sheds Gallery, The University of Sydney, 148 City Rd, Darlington NSW 2008
This is a FREE event, however please register as places are limited.
Rob Dongas is a first-class Honours graduate with a passion for immersive media and emerging technologies. He is the co-chair of the UX committee within the Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Association and has recently founded Arterion, a digital studio specialising in VR/AR experiences. Rob will present and discuss insights into the iterative design process, viewed through the lens of his research designing and developing a VR application for learning Japanese.
Professor Dan Ventura
Professor Dan Ventura is a Professor in the Computer Science Department at Brigham Young University. Prior to joining the faculty at BYU, he was a member of the Information Sciences and Technology division of the Applied Research Laboratory and a member of the Graduate Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering at Penn State University. Dan has also spent time in industry as a Research Scientist with Fonix Corporation, working on the development of state-of-the-art technology for large vocabulary continuous speech recognition.
Dr Baki Kocaballi
Dr Baki Kocaballi is a Research Fellow in AI and Interaction Design at the Centre for Health Informatics in the Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University. He completed his Ph.D. in Interaction Design at the University of Sydney in 2013. His doctoral thesis developed some design qualities and strategies to address the shortcomings of the current human-centred design processes and methods. Before undertaking his doctoral study, he completed a Master’s degree on context-aware computing systems. He has extensive knowledge and experience in designing, developing and testing educational and medical applications. Previously, he worked as an interaction designer at Sydney Medical School and taught Design Thinking at the School of Architecture, Design and Planning. He has received several academic and artistic awards.
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