Have a play and speak to developers at the Do.Collaboration open day. Complete with multi user, multi touch equipment, including a range of touch tables, vertical 65” touch screens and a large 4k multi touch wall, this technology has been used to develop a wide range of innovative new applications which bring to life some of the regions Heritage and Cultural collections.
Dr. Chris Creed, Technical Developer for the Digital Heritage Demonstrator Project, will also be showcasing his most recent research into Kinect sensors examining how people interact with large screens and digital walls using mid-air gestures.
Come & have a play and help us learn more about this exciting new technology!
Date: Mon 18 Mar, 1-4pm
Venue: European Research Institute (G3 on map), Chowen Prototyping Hall, Do.Collaboration Hub (Ground Floor)
Booking: Free admission, booking required. Please visit www.artsandsciencefestival.eventbrite.com to reserve a place.
This event is part of the University of Birmingham Arts & Science Festival (Monday 18 - Sunday 24 March 2013). For full details of the festival programme, please click here.