Archive for the ‘Research Assistants’ Category

Original Cyborgs: Disability and Technology | Yahoo! Accessibility

May 24th, 2011

Check out Jen Cole’s post Original Cyborgs: Disability and Technology | Yahoo! Accessibility. on the Yahoo web site. Jen’s an external collaborator in the EDGE lab and is always full of insights. it also mentions the lab and it’s work, and alison gaston, one of our grad students.

Kinect Fan Control via Arduino

March 26th, 2011

Check out the sweet hack/video of EDGElab RA, Vlad, controlling a fan using Kinect and Arduino.

Adaptive design studio at the Edge Lab

February 21st, 2011



Adaptive design studio at the Edge Lab

Originally uploaded by jasonnolan

On family day. With Noah, Agata, Karen and Yuka. We’re building an toboggan and other small things. This is the first day we’ve been in there as a group working.

Second Life controlled by Kinect

February 6th, 2011

A video of Second Life controlled by Kinect

Featuring Vlad and Noah in the EDGE lab

Premier Dalton McGuinty visiting the EDGE lab

December 15th, 2010

Premier Dalton McGuinty chatting with Jason and Noah about adaptive design.

Premier Dalton McGuinty

Premier Dalton McGuinty

Vlad Cazan

October 15th, 2010

cazanv@gmail.com

Vlad Cazan is a 4th year Radio and Television student at Ryerson University. Vlad has been working with the EDGELab in the Digital Media Zone to research various ways augmented reality can be used to showcase media, in a new and unconventional way. Currently, Vlad is working with new augmented reality technologies such as natural feature tracking/based tracking and location based tracking to find new ways to present media to visitors at the Royal Ontario Museum, here in Toronto.

www.vladcazan.com

Noah Kenneally

October 15th, 2010

Noah Kenneally is an educator completing his degree in Early Childhood Education at Ryerson University. Coming from a background in collaboration, community arts and design, Noah is participating at the Edge Lab as Dr. Jason Nolan’s research assistant on the Voices from Digital Natives project.