1. Segmentation Team Publishes at VINCI 2016

    The 3D Segmentation team presented their third paper this year, “Eliciting Tacit Expertise in 3D Volume Segmentation” at the 2016 Symposium on Visual Information Communication and Interaction (VINCI), held Sept.24-26 in Dallas, Texas. The ACM published the paper to the VINCI 2016 symposium proceedings. The paper examines manual (semi-automatic), low-level (perceptual) and...
  2. Study Abroad in Tasmania!

    The University of North Texas (UNT) and the University of Tasmania Australia (UTAS) are now connected through a General Exchange Agreement that allows each university’s students to attend courses through study abroad programs. xREZ Art + Science Lab Director Ruth West was a visiting professor at UTAS for the summer...
  3. Fall 2016 LASER Gallery

    Bonding with Bots | The Art + Science of Human-Robot Interaction xREZ Art + Science Lab is officially a designated host for the Leonardo/ISAST LASER series! xREZ Lab hosted its first LASER event on Oct. 6, 2016! The event focused on themes surrounding robotics and human-robot interaction. The inaugural LASER held at...
  4. LASER Registration Is Open!

    LASER REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! The LASER evening includes two exciting events in one night! The LASER ROUNDTABLES will begin at 5:30 p.m. with a dialogue forum led by student leaders, professors, and professionals in art, science, industry, and academia. students and attendees Please encourage your students to attend. The LASER EVENING SPEAKERS will...
  5. Ruth West juries ACM SIGGRAPH 2016

    Professor Ruth West is serving as a member of the ACM SIGGRAPH 2016 Art Papers Jury. The summer conference in Anaheim, California is the 43rd annual conference, held July 24-28, 2016. The conference is coupled with an exhibition in which visitors can “Get up-close and hands-on with the newest hardware systems, software tools,...
  6. Anthropology’s Take on Tech and Gender

    Meghan wants to join the Peace Corps, return to Mongolia someday, and she is looking for research that scratches the right itch. Meghan Kajihara is an anthropology major and UNT graduate who spent a large part of her college career at xREZ Art + Science Lab working on the Segmentation team, discovering how experts...
  7. Smart Architecture: Built Environments as Educators

    xREZ Art + Science Lab member Aaron Davis is trying to find out how the buildings where we live, work, and play can teach us about sustainability, natural resources, consumption, energy, and the environment. He wants to test the hypothesis, how can designed features and the buildings themselves contribute to...
  8. Christopher Lee Appointed UNT System Student Regent

    xREZ Art + Science Lab alumnus Christopher Lee has been appointed as the UNT System Student Regent, which means he represents the UNT Denton campus, UNT Dallas and the UNT Health Science Center in Ft. Worth in discussions with the UNT System Board of Regents. Statewide appointments are announced by the Office...
  9. Meghan Kajihara on the Short List for Yale Internship

    xREZ Art + Science Lab member Meghan Kajihara is on the short list of students interviewing this week for the Yale University Human Relations Area Files internship. If selected, Kajihara will live in New Haven, CT for one year doing cultural anthropological research and helping maintain Yale’s “database of culture”. Founded in...

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