Pesquisadores do Walkingtools Lab e do LabCine publicaram artigo em um dos mais conceituados journals de divulgação científica, o Public Understanding of Science, editado pelo Science Museum e pelo Instituto de Física da Universidade de Oxford, em parceria com a editora SAGE. O PUS possui um dos mais altos fatores de impacto internacionais, 2.02, […]
Brett Stalbaum and Cicero Silva presented several works and workshops at the WebMedia 2015. Brett Stalbaum delivered the closing Keynote Talk on the topic of Network Computers and landscape. Take a look at the pictures: https://goo.gl/photos/rsSjWWpmh4wSx87r9
Brett Stalbaum, a VisArts Professor, will be tattooed live during a Art & Technology class by Breno Bitarello Sad, a Visiting Scholar from Brazil and a Ph.D. candidate at Mackenzie University, where he is being advised by former VisArts Lecturer Jane de Almeida. Breno’s work deals with the biotech tattoos that are under development by […]
EDT 2.0 is proud to have been part of this exhibition organized and curated by Eduardo Navas. The catalog has just been published as a pdf at http://remixtheory.net/ Link to post: http://remixtheory.net/?p=1113 The pdf download link can be found there!
From the University of California, San Diego: Statement Regarding Gun Geo Marker Mark 1 App Developed by UC San Diego Professor Brett Stalbaum Like all great public research universities, UC San Diego is home to a diverse faculty with a wide range of interests and points of view. On occasion, the research or creative works […]
A good article: in depth, balanced and thoughtful journalism. http://www.sandiegoreader.com/news/2013/nov/13/cover-gun-safety-app/
Some balanced reporting by CBS reporter Chris Ciarlo.
Gun Safety App Draws Fire By Marc Lallanilla, Assistant EditorDate: 11 July 2013 Time: 12:18 PM ET http://www.livescience.com/38115-gun-safety-android-app-gun-geo-marker.html
New York Post, July 11th. http://www.nypost.com/p/news/national/owners_android_app_allows_users_0hwgjVq88Yh5GRFnc1O0MM
The Walkingtools Gun Geo Marker allows community organizers and parents to mark the locations of known, dangerous gun owners. Information about the project can be found at: http://www.gungeomarker.org https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=edu.ucsd.visarts.walkingtools.gungeomarker