This project will focus on the impact of typeface identification to facilitate the visual design process. It will help identify the issues that hinder designer's creativity, provide support for their acquisition of inspirations and relieve them from organizing collectibles, design artifacts. The expected prototype will reflect the mental model for typeface categorization, and make a designer's workflow smooth and enjoyable.
The project seeks to improve the current model of ballet training with wearable technology integrated into existing dance garments-- socks, soft ballet shoes, and legwarmers that sense movement and give real-time feedback to the dancer.
GVU Center Brown Bag: Kurtis Heimerl — Reclaiming the Internet: A Journey to Community-Held Cellular Infrastructure
This talk will discuss ongoing attempts to leverage advances in wide area technology.
Accelerating Innovation for the Cognitive Empowerment Program
ML@GT invites you to a virtual seminar featuring Csaba Szepesvari from the University of Alberta.
GT Computing, Feb 19, 2021
The Washington Post, Feb 17, 2021
WIRED, Feb 17, 2021
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