Virtual Reality – This Immersive Technology Turns Hospitals Into Less Stressful Places
Spatial’s soundscapes help transport patients, families, doctors, and nurses to a beach, the mountains, or a peace pagoda—no travel required. | Virtual Reality Virtual Reality Hospital – There is quality sound, and there is noise. Sadly, in our day-to-day lives, we have way too much of the latter. Excessive noise can cause several short- and long-term health problems, such as
Monster Mash: A Sketch-Based Tool for Casual 3D Modeling and Animation
Experts and amateurs alike are now able to create rich, expressive, deformable 3D models from scratch. 3D computer animation is a time-consuming and highly technical medium — to complete even a single animated scene requires numerous steps, like modeling, rigging and animating, each of which is itself a sub-discipline that can take years to master. Because of its complexity, 3D
Changing the Game: How can virtual reality help us to see systems from a different perspective?
Virtual reality interview with systems expert Linda Booth Sweeney with BFI Design Science Studio team. In this 10-minute video, Linda Booth Sweeney leads a tour of HUGGERx, a pilot Toggle Lab in development for younger audiences. Why HUGGERx? Now more than ever, our youth know they are living in a tightly interconnected world (what Martin Luther King once called
What is systems thinking, why we often don’t “think in systems” and what we can do about it.
Watch the interview above to get answers in real-time on why systems thinking has to be a part of education. Polyplexus ‘Ask Me Anything’ session on Why Systems Thinking has to be part of Education. Hosted by Laura Anne Edwards, founder of Polyplexus. Here are some of the questions discussed: What is systems thinking? Where do we see it now