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Reports from Scotland's Tiree Tech Wave 8: At the edge of digital media and culture

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Award-winning app takes interactive cinema in a new direction

NSCAD researchers combine traditional cinema with locative media to reinvent the art of storytelling. Read More

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Reconfiguring journalism in the digital era

Charting the evolution of data journalism in newsrooms with UBC professor Alfred Hermida. Read More

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Gaming for pain management

Working with lead GRAND researcher Dr. Diane Gromala, SFU undergrad Cheryl Yu is creating immersive virtual reality games to help combat acute and chronic pain. Read More

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Learn about the latest digital media research initiatives and advances in the areas of healthcare and wellness: Edmonton | Winnipeg | Vancouver

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Putting Toronto on the Locative Map

OCAD researchers in GRAND explore human dimension to mobile tech at MobileHCI 2014. Guest post by Glen Farrelly. Read More

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Royal Society of Canada honours four GRAND scholars

Researchers recognized for groundbreaking work in areas of computer graphics, computational modeling, communications technology policy, and affective computing. Read More

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Celebrating 5 Years of Excellence / Célébrons 5 années d’excellence

GRAND NCE 2013/14 Annual Report / Rapport annuel 2013/14 du RCE GRAND now online. Read more

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hitchBOT programmer in GRAND uses speech recognition expertise to help people with dementia

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Dates & Locations: Montreal (Nov 17), Ottawa (Nov 18), Toronto (Nov 19), Vancouver (Nov 21)
EDMONTON forum to offer digital health/e-health researchers, professionals, and developers an opportunity to network and discuss industry-academic collaborations.
WINNIPEG forum to offer digital health/e-health researchers, professionals, and developers an opportunity to network and discuss industry-academic collaborations.
VANCOUVER forum to offer digital health/e-health researchers, professionals, and developers an opportunity to network and discuss industry-academic collaborations.
GRAND is a proud sponsor of the Vancouver User Experience Awards recognizing local user experience innovation and outstanding UX practitioners.
Calling all UBC Innovators: pitch your ideas for an opportunity to land a 3-month residency in the MAGIC Lab, UBC.
GRAND HQP take part in a hands-on workshop exploring the edges of technology on the wild edge of Scotland.
NSCAD researchers combine traditional cinema with locative media to reinvent the art of storytelling.
UBC professor Alfred Hermida is charting the evolution of data journalism in newsrooms.
Working with lead GRAND researcher Dr. Diane Gromala, SFU undergrad Cheryl Yu is creating immersive virtual reality games to help combat acute and chronic pain.
Awards recognize immersive virtual reality games developed for managing chronic pain.
Fifth annual conference at Ryerson University examines the revolutionary impact of social networks on society. Guest article by Grace Costantino.
OCAD researchers in GRAND explore human dimension to mobile tech at MobileHCI 2014. Guest post by Glen Farrelly.
Initiative of GRAND and UBC's MAGIC Lab offers participating teams technical and business mentorship plus 3-month residency. Guest article by Lisa Tweten.
GRAND NCE 2013/14 Annual Report is now online - Célébrons 5 années d’excellence: Rapport annuel 2013/14 du RCE GRAND
Researchers recognized for groundbreaking work in areas of computer graphics, computational modeling, communications technology policy, and affective computing.
Responsible for giving hitchhiking robot HitchBOT a voice, GRAND NI Frank Rudzicz is developing software to improve the lives of people with speech impairments. (U of T News)
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