1. REZcast: What Design Can Teach Us About Sustainability

    At the University of North Texas‚ Professor Ruth West instructs a research studio focused on granting students the space needed to explore and refine their interdisciplinary ideas. Aaron Davis was a member of West’s Fall 2015 research studio and focused his research on sustainable design. You can read his project idea here: http://www.xrezlab.com/smart-architecture/...
  2. Segmentation Team Publishes at ACMs Applied Perception Symposium

    The 3D Segmentation team published their fourth paper, “How experts’ mental models affects 3D image segmentation” at ACM’s Symposium on Applied Perception (SAP), held July 22-23, 2016 in Anaheim, California. The ACM published the paper to the SAP ’16  proceedings. The paper outlines the research design to the following hypothesis: Provided...
  3. the Creators Project Features ATLAS in silico

      Ruth West recently sat down with The Creators Project’s Katherine Gillespie to further discuss the make up of the immersive artwork, ATLAS in silico. “Swim through an Ocean of DNA Sequences Using VR” discusses where West’s inspiration came from, how the installation works, and what experiencing ATLAS is like. Read...
  4. ATLAS in silico at the Museum of Old and New Art

    ATLAS in silico, a data-driven virtual reality experience, made its Australian debut at the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) as part of MOFO 2017, MONA’s 9th annual art and music festival. Located in Hobart, Tasmania MONA is one of the top ranked contemporary art museums in the world and a leading cultural...
  5. 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...
  6. REZcast: Proving the Riemann Hypothesis

    It’s a million dollar question: Can the Riemann Zeta Hypothesis be proven? In this episode of REZcast, Sam Johnson talks with fellow lab mates Luke Hillard and Thomas Hobohm about the challenges involved in proving the Riemann hypothesis.  Excerpt: Listen to Sam’s Introduction The challenge is part of the Millennium Prize...
  7. REZcast: Behind the Scenes at the 2015 NAKFI Conference

    In this episode of REZcast we interview xREZ Art + Science Lab members Sam Johnson and I-Chen Yeh on their personal experiences traveling to the 2015 National Academies Keck Futures Initiative Conference in Irvine, California. Their job: to assist Professor Ruth West with exhibiting the immersive art-science installation ATLAS in...
  8. 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...
  9. Fall 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...
  10. Julienne Greer on Theatre and Social Robotics

      University of Texas at Arlington Assistant Professor Julienne Greer presented at the North Texas LASER Bonding with Bots: the Art + Science of Human-Robot Interaction on Oct. 6, 2016. Greer’s presentation “Theatre and Social Robotics: Bonding with Bots – Interdisciplinary collaborations to enhance human-robot interactions” included theatre methodologies humanizing robots, contemporary issues...
  11. Ray Baughmans Artificial Muscles

      At the Oct. 6, 2016 North Texas LASER: Bonding with Bots: the Art + Science of Human-Robot Interaction  the Director of the University of Texas at Dallas’ NanoTech Institute, Ray Baughman, gave a specially-tailored, extemporaneous presentation to address both art and science! In his talk, Baughman explained how nano-fiber muscles are...

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