1. xREZ Joins NAKFI KECK Futures Initiative 2015

    The National Academies Keck Futures Initiative (NAKFI) is a program of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine supported by the W.M. Keck Foundation. Every year, NAFKI brings interdisciplinary researchers together to work in task groups and challenge teams to tackle tough real-world problems through innovative, outstanding communication and cooperation among disciplines....
  2. Australian News Network’s “Drive” Podcast Interviews Ruth West

    The Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Tasmanian radio station 936 ABC Hobart interviewed creative catalyst Ruth West Aug. 3 to learn about the art and the science behind her work and to talk about her stay at the University of Tasmania this summer. West is a visiting scholar at the University of Tasmania’s Creative Exchange Institute (CxI) for the month of...
  3. BBC’s Discovery Podcast Features Sonified CSTAR Data

    The soundtrack of today’s BBC World Service Discovery podcast episode “Sounds of Space: Deep Space” uses data from CSTAR telescopes sonified by Andrew Blanton as part of the data-sound project “INSTRUMENT: One Antarctic Night,” an interactive artwork currently under collaborative development by a team of national and international artists, scientists,...
  4. Duoc Le Wins $5,000 in Mercedes-Benz Art Program

      xREZ Art + Science Lab member Duoc Le is one of six students selected for the Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Experiencing Perspectives art program, which includes a $5,000 award for Le. Le’s work was chosen last June as part of a curated exhibition installed throughout the Mercedes-Benz Business Center Operations facility...
  5. Student journalist digs into the story behind Texas coal power

    xREZ Art + Science Lab member Amelia Jaycen’s energy story, “Price of Power” was published Sunday, May 24 in the Denton Record-Chronicle. The page one feature digs into the history of Denton’s municipally-owned electric utility and the science behind its coal-fired power plant built in 1973, which the city is still using today to...
  6. UNT Honors Day 2015

    xREZ Art + Science Lab member and psychology senior Max Parola received the Art+Science Research and Creative Work Undergraduate Award today Apr. 10, 2015 at the UNT Honors Day Convocation at Murchison Performing Arts Center. Lab member and journalism graduate student Amelia Jaycen received the Art+Science Research and Creative Work Graduate Award....
  7. New Publication – “Embodied Information Behavior, Mixed Reality and Big Data”

    (Images courtesy: Microsoft © 2015, DAQRI LLC © 2015, Atheer Labs © 2015) Professor Ruth West, together with two students and a University of Tasmania collaborator, published in the proceedings of the SPIE, The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2015. West presented the paper to an enthusiastic audience at the conference held in...
  8. Publication: “DataRemix: Designing The Datamade Through ArtScience Collaboration”

    Professor Ruth West published in the proceedings of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers tri-conference event held Oct. 13-18, 2013 in Atlanta Georgia. IEEE’s “VIS” event focused on Visual Analytics Science and Technology, Information Visualization, and Scientific Visualization. The paper “DataRemix: Designing The Datamade Through ArtScience Collaboration,” is a...

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