Whether by studying the intersections of medicine and technology or by creating art that fuses the digital and analog, new faculty who have joined UT Dallas’ School of Arts and Humanities this fall add to the breadth of expertise housed in the Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building.
After a year-long stay in the Edith O’Donnell Arts and Technology Building, two sculptures created by Liz Larner will be leaving campus December 3.
Open call to ATEC and EMAC students: Propose a creative idea that uses Art and Technology that inserts it into the art forms of the Korean Wave to further empower it.
EDGE is the Economic Development, Growth & Expansion initiative of the Richardson Economic Development Partnership (REDP). Each year, REDP, the Richardson Chamber of Commerce and the Richardson rotaries recognize Richardson companies and organizations that have achieved extraordinary success and/or made a significant investment in Richardson.
UT Dallas senior Dylan Carroll has found a way to put his interest in graphic design to good use. The emerging media and communications major is the first UT Dallas student to win a design competition for the American Southwest Conference championship T-shirts.
The project utilizes motion capture technology along with tools and techniques normally used in film and game production to create a clinical tool for speech therapy. The talk will explore additional uses and applications for 3D animation in non-narrative capacities.
Feral hogs are destroying local farms, colonies of bees are disappearing and giant asteroids are on a collision course with Earth. But there’s hope: You can help solve these problems by playing the newest video games developed by UT Dallas students.
A young chameleon is learning how to blend in with his environment in a new short film from UT Dallas’Arts and Technology (ATEC) program.
The User Experience Club at UT Dallas will host Brian Roderman, President and Chief Innovation Officer IN2Innovation on October 30 at 7:30 pm. Roderman will discuss How Design Creates the Future in ATC 2.918.
Media artist and researcher Michael Naimark will speak on Art and Invention as part of the Arts and Technology Colloquium Series. His talk will take place Tuesday, Oct. 28 from noon-1 pm in ATC 1.201.