Remote learning isn’t a new phenomenon – it has been used for centuries – but it wasn’t until recently that the majority of the world’s universities embraced the format.
By Daniel Jauk | Campus and community; Research; Science and technology; IT and computing | Leave a comment
Virtual reality lets teachers take students into otherwise impossible spaces, giving them the power to ‘physically’ experience chemical reactions.
By Sara Culverhouse | Arts and culture; Research; Science and technology; The future of humanity; Education | Leave a comment
Virtual reality and augmented reality… they’re the technologies that are blurring the line between the real and the fake. But just how concerned should we be?
By Daniel Jauk | Research; Humanities | 1 comment
Biorobotics – the augmentation of the human body with robotics – has gone from interesting idea to real-world science with staggering potential.
By Kitty Drok | Research; Engineering and mining | 1 comment
Dr Artur Lugmayr from Curtin’s School of Media, Culture and Creative Arts is teaching students that visualisation technology and interactive media can be harnessed for, well, just about anything.
By Nikky Lee | Campus and community; Feature; Future students; General; Humanities; The arts and creative industries | Leave a comment
Professor Xiangyu Wang is revolutionising construction with groundbreaking augmented and virtual reality research.
By Jarrad Long | Research; Agriculture, environment and sustainability; Architecture and construction; IT and computing | Leave a comment