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Program Helps Veterans Interview for Civilian Jobs

September 15, 2016

CBS News St. Louis speaks with Skip Rizzo about using VR to help veterans interview for jobs. “Interviews are challenging for anybody. With veterans, there are …

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Army Releases Disaster Response Video Game

July 19, 2016

National Defense Magazine featured the release of DisasterSim, a new Army video game is taking soldiers into the heart of foreign disaster zones and delivering …

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Treating PTSD With Virtual Reality Therapy: A Way to Heal Trauma

July 19, 2016

ABC News highlighted work by Skip Rizzo of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies to treat PTSD in veterans. “My mission is to drag psychology …

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How Pokémon Go could change the course of technology

July 13, 2016

Marketwatch quotes Todd Richmond in an article about Pokemon Go and how its popularity may lead to a rise in augment reality applications. According to the …

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‘Pokemon Go’ digital popularity is also warping real life

July 12, 2016

The New York Times ran a widely carried Associated Press story on the popularity of ‘Pokemon Go’ quotes ICT’s Todd Richmond, who says a big debate …

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SoundStage’s virtual music studio may be the trippiest VR app yet

July 8, 2016

Yahoo News featured a story about ICT’s MxR Lab alum Logan Olson and his new SoundStage app, a new VR music tool for the HTC Vive headset. …

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5 ways virtual reality is disrupting healthcare

July 7, 2016

A HealthCare Dive story  cites ICT’s work using virtual reality for treating anxieties and for helping patients better understand medical conditions as two examples of how …

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How VR Will Change Sports. And How It Won’t

July 7, 2016

Skip Rizzo was quoted in a Backchannel article about how VR may change the experience of viewing sports. “I don’t go to a Dodger game to …

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This LA Nonprofit Uses Virtual Humans to Prep Vets for Job Interviews

July 6, 2016

PC Magazine featured  ICT’s ViTA for Veterans project, led by Skip Rizzo and Matthew Trimmer, to develop a job interview training program using virtual humans. …

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When Hollywood does AI, it’s fun but farfetched

June 30, 2016

A CNET article about AI’s portrayal in Hollywood quotes ICT’s David Pynadath on 2001: A Space Odyssey. “HAL 9000 was not the first example of …

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Historic Holograms Amplify Holocaust Survivors’ Testimonies

June 29, 2016

VICE Creator’s Project features New Dimensions in Testimony and notes that the project, produced by the USC Institute for Creative Technologies and the USC Shoah Foundation, combines language processing …

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The advent of virtual humans

June 29, 2016

A CNET article about the growing application of virtual humans quotes Jon Gratch, ICT’s director of virtual humans research. “In general, AI is moving into more …

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Virtual Reality, Real Change

June 21, 2016

An article in Medical Daily quotes Jon Gratch and cites his research on virtual reality’s role in emotion and disclosure. The story states that a future …

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The virtual Holocaust survivor: how history gained new dimensions

June 16, 2016

The Guardian featured New Dimensions in Testimony and quotes ICT’s David Traum about the project’s use of natural language processing software to help create an …

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How VR Is Helping Soldiers With PTSD

June 16, 2016

A PC Magazine article features ICT’s Bravemind virtual reality exposure therapy system for treating post-traumatic stress and SimCoach, a virtual human that can interact with …

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How Virtual Reality is Gaining Traction in Healthcare

June 15, 2016

An article in Healthline cites ICT’s work as examples of virtual reality’s growing role in healthcare. The story notes ICT’s Bravemind system for treating post-traumatic stress …

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Sheffield ’16: New dimensions in storytelling

June 10, 2016

ReelScreen featured New Dimensions in Testimony, ICT’s collaboration with the USC Shoah Foundation to preserve the ability to ask questions of Holocaust survivors. The story …

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Interactive 3D videos help Holocaust survivors tell stories

June 6, 2016

A BBC Click segment featured ICT’s 3D projection technology and how it is being used to help create a sense of presence in the New …

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Will mobile VR experiences fizzle or take off in China?

May 31, 2016

A  China Daily story quoted Todd Richmond about mobile VR. Richmond, director of advanced prototypes at the University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies, expressed …

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How VR is Helping the Victims of Terrorism

May 27, 2016

An article on Alpr.com features Skip Rizzo’s work using VR to treat post-traumatic stress, including recent efforts to address the needs of terror attack victims. …

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We’re on the Cusp of Changing How we Treat one of America’s Most Ignored Health Problems

May 26, 2016

A Business Insider story on new ways to treat mental illness featured ICT’s SimSensei prototype and an interview with Jon Gratch, ICT’s director of virtual …

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Can Virtual Reality Make us Kinder?

May 24, 2016

A story on WHYY’s The Pulse focused on the use of virtual reality to change human attitudes, and increase the user’s compassion and empathy. The …

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How Tai Chi Can Help Conquer Fear of Falling as We Age

May 23, 2016

The Wall Street Journal quotes Skip Rizzo in a story about research into fall prevention, including a study of virtual reality exposure therapy to address …

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Rendering the Digital Self

May 19, 2016

CCTV-America featured research by Ari Shapiro and Andrew Feng to create user-like avatars. Shapiro and his colleagues’ Rapid Avatar Generator work reproduces a digital version …

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How will virtual reality change our lives?

May 18, 2016

The BBC turned to ICT experts Mark Bolas and Skip Rizzo for a feature on the future of virtual reality. Listen to the interviews here. …

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The Godfather of Virtual Reality Wants to Heal Your Wounds

May 18, 2016

A “Rising Star” story in online magazine Ozy profiles Skip Rizzo as a virtual reality pioneer who has been at the forefront of medical applications …

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New video game trains response to foreign disasters

May 16, 2016

An article on the Army homepage features DisasterSim, the ICT developed video game that trains soldiers in how to respond to foreign natural disasters. The …

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How Lifelike Can Your Avatar Get? – Rapid Avatar Capture in PrimeMind

May 12, 2016

An article in PrimeMind features the rapid avatar generation research from Ari Shapiro and colleagues. The article states that Shapiro and the other researchers at …

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Virtual reality’s new frontier: peacekeeping, Iraq War therapy, and digital paradises – ICT Research in VOX

May 10, 2016

An article on Vox.com explores uses for VR beyond gaming. The story describes ICT’s Virtual Iraq and Virtual Afghanistan exposure therapy research and also includes …

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These Bots Are Ready To Give You The Business – Jon Gratch’s Negotiation Research in Buzzfeed

May 10, 2016

Buzzfeed covered ICT and USC Marshall School research teaching a computer to negotiate with humans in the hopes of someday using it as a training …

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New technique fools your brain to make VR more immersive – Tech Coverage of Mahdi Azmadi’s Recent Research

May 5, 2016

Yahoo highlighted a research collaboration with Mahdi Azmandian of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies and colleagues at Microsoft and the University of Waterloo on virtual …

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Holocaust survivors: Never forget genocide of World War – NDT in the Desert Sun

May 2, 2016

A story in the Desert Sun covered a Holocaust Remembrance Day speech by Stephen Smith of the USC Shoah Foundation. The story notes that Smith …

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Inside North America’s first all-digital hospital – Modern Healthcare Covers the USC Virtual Care Clinic

May 1, 2016

An article about the move toward digitization in health care features the USC Virtual Care Clinic. The article notes that the clinic will begin pilots …

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How the tone of a person’s VOICE can reveal if they’re suicidal – Stefan Scherer in the Daily Mail

April 29, 2016

Daily Mail (UK) featured research by Stefan Scherer of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies on how to assess if an individual is suicidal. Scherer …

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New Approaches Emerging To Preserve Shoah Memory – NDT in Jewish Week

April 27, 2016

The  Jewish Week covered New Dimensions in Testimony and the recent recording of  Holocaust survivor Eva Kor’s testimony for the project. Th story states that …

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To Save Suicidal Teens, Listen to their Voice

April 27, 2016

Suicide rates among Americans are on the rise, underscoring the need for early intervention. USC researchers tested and found high-tech acoustic software can identify teens …

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Holocaust Museum, new 3-D technology bring survivor stories to life: NDT in the Chicago Tribune

April 27, 2016

Chicago Tribune featured work by the USC Shoah Foundation to host interactive survivor stories in a museum setting. The pilot program, hosted by the Illinois …

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New Army interactive game provides sexual assault, harassment training – ELITE SHARP CCT in the Leavenworth Times

April 19, 2016

An article in the Leavenworth Times covered the Army-wide release of the ELITE SHARP CCT, a new interactive game developed for the Army is designed to …

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Where Virtual Reality Prototypes Are Hatched – David Nelson and MxR in Documentary Magazine

April 19, 2016

An article in Documentary Magazine featured the role of universities in incubating the new medium of virtual reality. “I’d say when you ask where we …

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USC Virtual Reality Program Helping Treat Vets with PTSD

April 16, 2016

ABC 7 reporter Leslie Lopez covered Bravemind, ICT’s virtual reality therapy for treating post-traumatic stress. Her story featured ICT’s Skip Rizzo and U.S Marine Veteran …

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Watch the world’s first surgery streamed in virtual reality live from London – The Telegraph Quotes Skip Rizzo

April 14, 2016

The Telegraph (UK) highlighted research by Skip Rizzo of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies on using virtual reality to treat veterans with PTSD and …

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Virtual Reality Explodes Onto Consumer Market, But Will it Disappoint? – Todd Richmond on Voice of America

April 14, 2016

Voice of America covered the consumer virtual reality market and interviewed ICT’s Todd Richmond about VR content. “I think what you’re going to find is …

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Virtual interviews help people with autism land a job

April 14, 2016

USC Institute for Creative Technologies, Dan Marino Foundation partner on technology to improve social skills By Orli Belman Sergio Cano recently landed his first job — …

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Army Cuts Ribbon on West Coast Research Lab at USC ICT

April 13, 2016

Declaring it a great day for USC, the Army and the nation, leaders from USC, the U.S. Army, the Department of Defense and the White …

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These Machines Want to Make You a Deal

April 11, 2016

Future business leaders could learn how to negotiate from virtual humans. By Andrew Good At USC, researchers are studying how to train the next generation of …

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Robots are Learning to Fake Empathy – Motherboard Features SimSensei

April 7, 2016

Vice’s Motherboard features ICT’s SimSensei project and Skip Rizzo and Stefan Scherer. The article states that developers at the University of Southern California Institute for Creative …

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The Power And Problem Of Grit – Gale Lucas on NPR’s Hidden Brain

April 5, 2016

NPR‘s “Hidden Brain” featured research by Gale Lucas of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies on the downsides of “grit.” People with strong perseverance are …

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Is Virtual Reality Real or Still Virtual? – Times of San Diego Features Talk by Arno Hartholt

April 5, 2016

A story in the Times of San Diego notes that ICT’s Arno Hartholt will take part in“Virtual Reality — Real Or Still Virtual?”, a half-day conference …

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Army and USC to Cut Ribbon for Opening of ARL West

April 5, 2016

Media are invited to attend ceremony, tour facility and see cutting-edge tech demonstrations. See below for more information on what demos will be on display. …

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New Army game trains leaders to handle sexual assault in ranks – Army Times Covers ELITE SHARP

April 1, 2016

The Army Times covered  Army-wide release of the ICT-developed ELITE-SHARP Command Team Trainer. The story noted that it will be available April 1 on the Army’s MILGAMING …

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Virtual reality ho! Startups race to stake a claim in new field – Todd Richmond in the San Francisco Chronicle

April 1, 2016

The San Francisco Chronicle quoted Todd Richmond of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies about the hype behind virtual reality. (Subscription required to access article.)

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Army to debut new game-based SHARP training tool developed by ICT

March 31, 2016

A story on Army.mil announced the April release of a new ICT-developed Army training video game that will help prepare company, battalion and brigade commanders to deal with sexual …

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Beware the perils of ‘Oculus face’ – Evan Suma Quoted on Sim Sickness in Daily Mail

March 31, 2016

An article in the UK’s Daily Mail noted that Evan Suma spoke about the issue of simulation sickness at Games Developers Conference in San Francisco. …

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USC’s Professor Mark Bolas Talks Future of VR at FMX 2015

March 30, 2016

As part of AnimationWorld Network’s Professional Spotlight series — a series of exclusive video interviews shot during FMX 2015 –  Mark Bolas, professor and researcher …

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Five things to do with latest 3D ‘toy’ – The Independent Features ICT’s VR Therapy and Skip Rizzo

March 29, 2016

New Zealand’s The Independent featured the work of ICT’s Skip Rizzo in an article exploring uses for virtual reality headsets, like the newly available Oculus …

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Army Sees Lasers, Hoverbikes and Nano Drones in Future Force – Military.Com Notes ARL West Opening at ICT

March 27, 2016

A story on Military.com noted the Army’s Open Campus program and covered the April opening of ARL West at ICT. “The initial focus of ARL West …

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Commander says stakes are high for Army research-and-development arm – ICT and Randy Hill in Inside Defense Article

March 25, 2016

An Inside Defense article covered how RDECOM is working to support the so-called “Third Offset Strategy” outlined by Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work, which emphasizes …

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12 of the most impressive students at Stanford right now – Former ICT MxR Intern Makes the Business Insider List

March 24, 2016

Former ICT summer intern Aashna Mago was named one of the 12 most impressive Stanford students by Business Insider. The article noted that Mago landed …

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VoiceBox Announces Scientific Advisory Board to Focus Aggressive Investments in Advanced Technology – Includes ICT’s David Traum

March 23, 2016

VoiceBox Technologies, a global provider of contextual voice technologies and natural language understanding (NLU) for automotive, mobile and IoT products, announced that ICT’s David Traum has …

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Can Virtual Reality Cure Phobias – Skip Rizzo and VR Therapy in the Guardian

March 20, 2016

An article in the UK’s Guardian covered research showing that VR headsets are proving to be a useful therapeutic tool. The story stated that though …

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For virtual reality creators, motion sickness a real issue – AP Quotes Evan Suma

March 18, 2016

An Associated Press story about the issue of motion sickness in VR quoted ICT’s Evan Suma. “The challenge is that people’s sensitivity to motion and …

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High School Students: Apply Now for the ICT Research Academy

March 15, 2016

ICT is launching a new summer program for high school students. The ICT Research Academy is designed for Los Angeles area high school students (rising sophomores …

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Virtual reality therapy is coming. One academic’s predictions of how this will transform health care – Skip Rizzo in the Washington Post

March 10, 2016

A Washington Post article on the expected demand for virtual reality health care applications featured Skip Rizzo. “What clinical VR provides is the opportunity to put a patient …

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Researchers Personalize In-Game Character Design With Free Tools – Tech Times Covers Tools for Character Animation and Simulation

March 9, 2016

Tech Times covered the ICT Character Simulation and Animation group’s release of tools to make digital versions of people in under four minutes. “We’re trying …

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How a Virtual Human could be your Coach – BBC News

March 9, 2016

The BBC News program Click featured a demonstration with Rachel, an ICT virtual human who can interact over mobile phone. David Krum was interviewed for …

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Conversing with Computers – National Science Foundation Features David DeVault’s Research

March 2, 2016

The homepage and blog of the  National Science Foundation showcased recent natural language advances that let machines understand speech with human-like speed, accuracy. In a recent research paper, …

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Calling all Undergrads: Apply Now for our REU Summer Research Program

February 23, 2016

The USC Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT) offers a 10-week summer research program for undergraduates in interactive virtual experiences. A multidisciplinary research institute affiliated with …

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Go Inside Virtual Reality – ABC’s Good Morning America Features Skip Rizzo and Bravemind

February 18, 2016

ABC News’ “Good Morning America” featured an interview with Skip Rizzo of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies about the technology behind virtual reality. The report …

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Comforting a virtual ‘child’ can help people with depression – Wired UK Highlights ICT’s Virtual Reality Therapy

February 15, 2016

ICT’s virtual reality exposure therapy for PTSD is included in a Wired article on ways virtual reality experiences are being used to treat mental illness …

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Survios’ First-Person Shooter Shows How Addictive VR Will Be – MxR Lab in TechCrunch

February 13, 2016

TechCrunch mentioned that Survios, a virtual reality startup that raised $4.2 million in funding, began when its founders worked at the USC Institute for Creative Technologies’ …

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Now You REALLY Can Get into the Game – Daily Mail Features Rapid Avatar Generator

February 10, 2016

The  UK’s Daily Mail  featured a set of digital tools by Ari Shapiro of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies and colleagues that will allow anyone …

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Machine Learning and the Profession of Medicine – SimSensei in JAMA Viewpoint

February 9, 2016

An viewpoint article in the Journal of the American Medical Association cites Ellie, the clinical interviewer in ICT’s SimSensei project as an example of a machine …

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Come on, Science. Give Us Animal Superpowers Already – Skip Rizzo in Wired

February 6, 2016

An article about science journalist Kara Platoni’s new book We Have the Technology: How Biohackers, Foodies, Physicians, and Scientists Are Transforming Human Perception, One Sense …

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The Future of Gaming: Create your own Character in just Four Minutes

February 4, 2016

Researchers say a set of tools for creating digital avatars could encourage innovation in gaming, VR and online social interaction. By Andrew Good Want to see …

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Virtual Reality: Poised to Bring Big Changes to Education? – Todd Richmond and ICT Tech in Education Week

February 3, 2016

An article about the growing trend of using virtual reality in education featured ICT’s InVerse viewer and quoted Todd Richmond, ICT’s director of advanced prototype …

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Virtual Reality’s Promise, Risk Loom Large for Health Researchers – USA Today Features Skip Rizzo and ICT’s VR Therapy for PTSD

February 3, 2016

USA Today highlighted research by Skip Rizzo of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies on the use of virtual reality to treat veterans with PTSD. …

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Alelo, USC Team On Virtual Learning Technology – Coverage on SoCal Tech

February 2, 2016

SoCal Tech covered the news that Los Angeles-based Alelo, which develops game-based, role playing simulations and teaching technology, says that it has partnered with ICT to …

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The Step Needed to Make Virtual Reality More Real – MIT Tech Review Quotes Evan Suma

February 1, 2016

An MIT Tech Review article exploring how to make virtual reality more engaging looks at solutions that go beyond the game controller. If virtual reality …

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Modern Psykologie Features ICT’s Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy

February 1, 2016

Skip Rizzo’s virtual reality research was featured in the February 2016 issue of this Swedish magazine.

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Virtual Care Clinic Aims to Equalize Health Care – VOA Features ICT’s Virtual Doctors

January 29, 2016

The Voice of America covered the Virtual Care Clinic, the USC Center for Body Computing’s model for on-demand medical care that uses ICT technologies to …

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USC’s virtual doctors will see you now – Modern Health Care Covers Virtual Care Clinic

January 27, 2016

An article in Modern Healthcare featured the newly-announced Virtual Care Clinic from the USC Center for Body Computing in collaboration with ICT and industry partners. …

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The next level of on-demand expert medical care is here: USC Center for Body Computing announces its Virtual Care Clinic (VCC) in collaboration with ICT and strategic partners for an ‘anytime, anywhere’ disruptive health care model to deliver borderless health care

January 27, 2016

– Innovative digital health solution uses mobile apps, wearable sensors, virtual human health care providers, augmented and virtual reality (AR/VR), data collection, analytics and artificial …

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Bosses: Are You Too Gritty for Your Own Good? – Gale Lucas and ICT Research in the Wall Street Journal

January 27, 2016

The Wall Street Journal highlighted research by Gale Lucas of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies on the downsides of “grit.” Individuals with high degrees …

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Holograms Coming to a Military Theater Near You – Signal Magazine Features ICT and Todd Richmond

January 24, 2016

ICT virtual humans and virtual reality research and prototypes, including work in 3-D projection and head-mounted displays, was featured in an article about how holograms …

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Land a Job with Virtual Reality – Marketplace ReAirs Story on Virtual Job Training Collaboration with Dan Marino Foundation

January 22, 2016

Marketplace ran a story on VITA, ICT’s virtual human job interview trainer, that was developed in collaboration with the Dan Marino Foundation to help young …

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Virtual Reality is about to Completely Transform Psychological Therapy – Skip Rizzo and ICT’s VR Therapy in TechInsider

January 22, 2016

An article on how VR is used in therapy to treat post-traumatic stress and anxiety featured Skip Rizzo, ICT’s director of medical virtual reality and …

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IEEE Survey Predicts the End of VR Headsets by 2030 – Quotes ICT’s Todd Richmond

January 19, 2016

An article about a recent IEEE survey on the future of virtual reality and augmented reality headsets quotes ICT’s Todd Richmond. Respondents said they believe …

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Why Spatial Audio is a Big Deal for Google Cardboard – Wired Quotes Mark Bolas

January 18, 2016

A story about Google Cardboard’s new ability to support spatial audio quotes Mark Bolas on the importance of sound in both traditional film making and …

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Alelo and USC Institute for Creative Technologies Announce Partnership to Co-develop Disruptive Learning Technologies

January 13, 2016

Collaboration will produce novel tools for creating complex virtual role-play learning simulations. Alelo Inc. and the Institute for Creative Technologies (ICT) at the University of …

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The Guardian Features ICT’s Ellie Mental Health Interviewer as a Story that Will Define the Next Decade

January 11, 2016

A story in the Guardian cites Ellie, the virtual interviewer used to help detect depression and post-traumatic stress disorder as part of ICT’s SimSensei project, …

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Zoning Out or Deep Thinking: ICT Storytelling Collaboration with USC Dornsife Featured in USC News

January 8, 2016

USC News covered findings from a collaboration between the USC Dornsife Brain and Creativity Institute and Andrew Gordon and Kenji Sagae at ICT. The story …

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These Tricks Make Virtual Reality Seem Real – Nautilus Features Evan Suma

January 8, 2016

An article on VR’s need for delusions, as much as detail, featured Evan Suma of ICT’s MxR Lab. Evan Suma, a research assistant professor at …

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Virtual Reality Being Used to Help People Conquer Real World Fears – Skip Rizzo on CBS News Philly

January 8, 2016

A news story about virtual reality being used in therapy featured ICT’s Skip Rizzo and noted his work using VR to treat soldiers and veterans …

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TechCrunch Features Bravemind Virtual Reality Therapy for Post-Traumatic Stress

January 6, 2016

TechCrunch featured Bravemind, a research project developed by Skip Rizzo of the USC Institute for Creative Technologies to treat PTSD using virtual reality therapy. The …

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‘We Have the Technology,’ by Kara Platoni – SF Chronicle Book Review Notes ICT Research

December 31, 2015

A San Francisco Chronicle review of Kara Platoni’s “We have the Technology” includes mention of the book’s coverage of Skip Rizzo’s medical virtual reality work. …

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KPCC-FM’s “AirTalk” Features ICT Grit Research and Interviews Gale Lucas

December 29, 2015

KPCC-FM’s “AirTalk” featured research by ICT’s Gale Lucas and colleagues about perseverance. People with “grit” – the quality that leads them to persevere in the …

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Nonny de la Peña: Journalist. Virtual reality pioneer. Occasional painter – Tech Republic Features ICT Virtual Reality Tech

December 25, 2015

A story about Nonny de la Peña notes that Hunger in Los Angeles her first immersive journalism piece was developed with a prototype USC’s Institute for Creative …

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USC Research Looks a Lot Like Star Wars

December 17, 2015

USC News covered USC researchers who are developing technologies reminiscent of those found in Star Wars. When it comes to holograms, for instance, Paul Debevec, …

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How virtual reality is going to change our lives – The World Weekly Covers ICT Virtual Reality Therapy

December 17, 2015

A feature story about virtual reality in the World Weekly highlights the virtual reality work of Skip Rizzo, noting that his largely military-funded systems have …

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FX Guide Story on How Weta Digital Created a CG Paul Walker Mentions USC ICT Work

December 14, 2015

FX Guide interviews Weta Digital senior visual effects supervisor Joe Letteri about the sensitive task of re-creating Paul Walker’s performance in James Wan’s Furious 7 …

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