A monthly seminar on immersive technologies, interactive experiences, and data
The IMMERSED seminar series is an exploration into how immersive technology and new modalities for manipulating and understanding data are shaping innovations across science, engineering, and art. These events—a mixture of lectures, demonstrations, and tutorials—will offer a deep dive into a capability or set of capabilities and how they can be applied to various fields.
IMMERSED is sponsored by the MIT.nano Immersion Lab, which provides space, tools, and a platform to connect the physical to the digital, joining researchers through creative projects that bridge multiple disciplines.
Each IMMERSED session will last approximately one hour—45-minute presentations followed by a 15-minute question-and-answer session. Suggestions for guest speakers and/or topics can always be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: The Spring 2021 IMMERSED series will be presented virtually due to COVID-19. All seminars will take place at 11 a.m. EDT unless otherwise indicated.
March 31, 2021
IMMERSED IN: MIT.nano
An exploration of the Immersion Lab's capabilities
Brian Anthony, MIT.nano Associate Director
Praneeth Namburi, Postdoctoral Associate, Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE)
Samantha Farrell, Senior Administrative Assistant, MIT.nano
Ben Moss, MIT MS '08, PhD '14, Electrical Engineer & Ballroom Dancer
April 28, 2021
IMMERSED IN: Athletics—Pitching in baseball
Using scientific tools to visualize what we know and learn what we don't
May 19, 2021
IMMERSED IN: Photogrammetry
Mixing bullet-time & light-painting using 176 cameras
Eric Paré, Visual artist
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