The 2007 Sheridan Interactive Multimedia Open House will take place:
Thursday, April 19th, 2007
2PM – 7PM
Room S139 of the SCAET Building, Sheridan
1430 Trafalgar Rd, Oakville, Canada
Click here to go to the IMM site where you can get a bigger picture of the invitation.
All are welcome. Our graduates will show their portfolios which include:
Gesture prototypes are featured where you wave at a Web cam to control interactivity on the screen. These projects use a $10 Web cam and the Flash plugin – that is it. Come and find out how it is done.
Mobile prototypes will be shown in an iPhone shell – as we eagerly wait for the revolution to roll. Focus is on location based features.
We have introduced a new Application Development course that consolidates our database (SQL Server, MySQL) and server scripting work (ASP.net, C# and PHP) and readies the graduates for Web 2.0 type work.
Featured are several e-learning sites, social sites, a site about Steve Mann the world famous cyborg, Gesture Tek technology with Vincent Jon Vincent and a site about Bill Buxton – famous designer and innovator. The latter three projects are for the Government of Canada to showcase Canadian digital technologies and innovators at trade shows and events in China.
If you are in the industry and/or interested in these technologies, please come on out – you will get to try out the work in a comfortable exploratory environment – it is kind of like going to the science center! We look forward to seeing you and encourage you to consider our excellent graduates for positions in your company.
If you are interested in learning interactive multimedia, we invite designers, programmers, engineers, artists, marketers and people from related areas to take our one year post-grad program and learn to design and code with interactive multimedia. We teach how to build environments with interactivity beyond navigation in which people can communicate and create content.
Please pass this information on to anyone interested.
Thank you for your attention, we hope to see you soon!
Professor, Curriculum Coordinator, Industry Liaison
Sheridan Interactive Multimedia
Canadian New Media Awards Programmer of the Year 2002