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Sheridan Interactive Multimedia Open House Pictures!

May 17, 2011

Sheridan Interactive Multimedia - SUPERSTITION Theme

Sheridan Interactive Multimedia Open House was a success with many happy people making great comments about the work – congratulations graduates!  A number of industry were there looking to hire and it was also nice to see future students getting an idea of what is in store.

The complete set can be found on facebook and on Flickr.  If you were there, please come in and tag yourself on facebook!  There was a sheet with all the URLs of the grads – let me know and I can find it for you.

Sheridan Interactive Multimedia - Gesture Tek Samples

Sheridan Interactive Multimedia - Class of 2011 in Part

Japanese Falculty and Students Visit Sheridan Interactive Multimedia

March 13, 2008

Faculty and Design students from the Osaka University of Electro Communications in Japan are visiting the Sheridan Institute and came by the Interactive Multimedia labs for a Web Authoring class with Dan Zen.

Japan visit to Sheridan Interactive Multimedia

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As you can see in the pictures, we had a wonderful time sharing work and ideas of what to build with new interactive technologies. We showed work in Video Motion Capture to the same effect as a WII but with an average camera, mobile prototypes with QR codes, sound beat analysis, pixel analysis combined with physics engine work to create interactive mazes from a maze picture, works with 3D from PaperVision in Flash, Adobe AIR projects and much more!

Touch Screen - Japan visit to Sheridan Interactive Multimedia

QR Codes - Japan visit to Sheridan Interactive Multimedia

Japan visit to Sheridan Interactive Multimedia

Sheridan has exchanges with the University and it was neat to see that as the students passed by a mural of last year’s students, that they recognized two of the faces from our Japanese visit!

Thank you to all involved in organizing the exchange and the tour. It was a wonderful experience, sharing ideas and seeing how our cultures are overlapping. We certainly welcome opportunities for exchange and of course encourage international students to consider our program –

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