Andrew Gordon on Bubble Guppies, the Demise of the Desktop and the Future of Human-Computer Interaction

February 18, 2015

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A USC News story explored how we will communicate with computers in the future. The article, based on Andrew Gordon’s recent talk, “Mind-Reading for Robots,” …

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ICT 2015 Summer Intern Program: Applications Due Feb 15

February 10, 2015

ICT offers select interdisciplinary paid internships for creative and technical students wishing to pursue careers in simulation, interactive media and virtual reality fields. Visit our …

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Apply now: ICT offers a 10-week summer research program for undergraduates in interactive virtual experiences

February 9, 2015

The  USC Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT) offers a 10-week summer research program for undergraduates in interactive virtual experiences. Reflecting the interdisciplinary nature of ICT …

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PC World Covers Virtual Reality at Sundance, Recalls 2012 Demo with Nonny de la Pena and Palmer Luckey

January 29, 2015

PC noted that Nonny de la Peña, a senior research fellow at the USC Annenberg School, and Palmer Luckey, formerly of the USC Institute of …

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Wired on How Skating Superstar Rodney Mullen Became a Tech Thought Leader, with a Little Help from our own Randy Hill

January 27, 2015

Wired writer Brendan Koerner profiles skating legend Rodeny Mullen and his unlikely rise as an influential tech thought leader. The story traces how Mullen’s first …

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Mark Bolas Explains Virtual Reality for Time.Com

January 23, 2015

Time, in an article on how virtual reality headsets work, featured Mark Bolas of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies. The story noted his lab …

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