Guest Post by Jennifer Janik Art-Mersion is an event that was created to explore new ways to experience a deeper understanding of a piece of art through technology. When we heard that Amy Ferrari was going to create a new exhibit called “Serene Yellow Spaces,” we gathered a team and started brainstorming what we could do to communicate beyond just the surface view of her paintings. The team consisted of students, artists and experienced technology

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Guest post by Justin Van Daele This past Friday’s lunch and learn, we were lucky to have Ryan Van Stralen from Palette come talk to us about a new hands on control device for any software. The “Palette” is a hand controller which resembles that of a DJ panel, which was in part the inspiration when founder Calvin Chu, a University of Waterloo graduate, first designed it. What Calvin really wanted was a hands on device

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Every person who has ever written an essay or had to do an APA or MLA style bibliography knows the hassles that come with trying to organize and track all of your online and offline sources. When Salman Heman joined us for a recent lunch and learn to talk about how Axiom can help alleviate this hassle, we were excited to learn all about it. Axiom is an online service that allows users to organize

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