You’ll have a chance to:
- communicate with robots
- run, jump and walk through virtual worlds
- visit Antarctica without leaving your seat – it’s like you are there.
Human Interface Technology Lab is a research lab within the College of Engineering. Human Interface Technology aims to improve interactive technology to meet users’ needs. This tech can enhance countless parts of our lives. Current project topics include: medicine, education and training, entertainment, psychology, arts, and business.
We want to explore collaboration options, and show you our innovative projects.
- Can we improve your research?
- Do you want to get involved?
- Are you curious?
All are welcome. We look forward to seeing you there.
Wednesday 21 November, 2018
Visit any time between 2.00pm and 7.00pm
Level 2, John Britten Building
69 Creyke Road, Ilam, Christchurch
Global awareness is one of UC’s graduate attributes ,and just one way you can become more globally aware is to take a look at the Gallup World Poll as it allows you to see how well Aotearoa New Zealand does relative to other countries on a wide variety of indicators.
Some examples of such comparison can be found in Associate Professor Tom Coupe’s latest column for interest.co.nz, here.
In the column, Professor Coupe discusses Aotearoa New Zealand’s performance in terms of housing affordability, public transportation infrastructure, gender relations, satisfaction with education, life and government.
For all this and more, check out the Gallup World Poll Database.