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Free - Public Mini Course on Inbodied Interaction on August 9-FR

Author: myUNB News

Posted on Aug 1, 2018

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The University of New Brunswick’s Human-Computer Interaction Lab, Health Technologies Lab, Faculty of Computer Science, and the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, in affiliation with the IEEE NB Joint Chapters in Signal Processing and Engineering in Medicine and Biology, are pleased to offer a free afternoon-long mini course on “Inbodied Interaction.”

Inbodied interaction is an approach to thinking about how we can use what we know about our bodies to create technologies that will make our everyday lives better: to be happier, to be healthier and to perform at a higher level.  If you are interested in topics including human performance, future technology, health and well-being, this course will be of interest to you.

The course will be delivered by m.c. schraefel of the University of Southhampton. Please see http://hci.cs.unb.ca/#course for more details.

This free course will take place on Thursday, Aug. 9, from 1 - 4 p.m., in ITC 317, 550 Windsor Street, Faculty of CS.

For additional information, contact Scott Bateman (scottb@unb.ca), Erik Scheme (escheme@unb.ca)

Please RSVP here.

Article Contact Information

Contact: Scott Bateman

Email Address: scottb@unb.ca