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Is that chatbot ‘for real’??

Is that chatbot ‘for real’??

We are thrilled to have released our article Visual Design and Anthropomorphism in a Mobile Pulmonary Rehabilitation Support Intervention with Cindy Chong, Jim Warren, Danielle Lottridge and Rosie Dobson. One of the most fascinating parts of the research was finding...

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Dr Danielle Lottridge presents at XR Summit

Dr Danielle Lottridge presents at XR Summit

Dr Danielle Lottride presents Research on AR/R for Health at the NZ XR Summit, a conference designed to showcase New Zealand’s capability as well as strengthen relationships within the Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR) and Extended Reality (XR) industry and...

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OzCHI 2020 Conference

OzCHI 2020 Conference

OzCHI 2020 | Marylyn Alex, Danielle Lottridge, Jisu Lee, Stefan Marks, and Burkhard Wuensche Discrete versus Continuous Colour Pickers Impact Colour Selection in Virtual Reality Art-Making Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor...

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ABI and CAI work together to show their arty-science side

ABI and CAI work together to show their arty-science side

Researchers at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI) are exploring the art and design side of new technologies in Ars Electronica, an international arts media festival in cyberspace, in collaboration with the Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries (CAI). Ars...

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Lab in a pocket

Lab in a pocket

Researchers at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI) have created a low-cost ‘lab in the pocket’ for schoolchildren. A new technology aimed at sparking and nurturing scientifically inquiring minds, allows them to take scientific measurements of the world around...

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(After) Office Hours

(After) Office Hours

Danielle Lottridge is featured in the UoA IEEE Student Branch podcast, (After) Office Hours, where they discuss society's expectations for students, her experience working in Silicon Valley, ice cream and more! Listen to it here!

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Innovative Faculty projects attract health funding

Innovative Faculty projects attract health funding

Could we use new drugs to replace ventilators which damage the lungs in critically ill patients? Could co-design and augmented reality be the answer to motivating older adults to exercise for stroke rehabilitation? These questions are being addressed through three...

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The light installation that lets you play a part

The light installation that lets you play a part

A team from the Augmented Human Lab at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI) and the Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries (CAI) have created an interactive light installation that will light up the Ellen Melville Centre in Freyberg Place for the month of...

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Honours students win award!

Honours students win award!

Industry Judges Award Winner for Best Project in “Games in Education 2” to Madeleine Beagley and Emilie Pearce for their Virtual reality art-making game for patients with stroke related disabilities!

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