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UBC Emerging Media Lab Annual Summer Showcase

September 12, 2023 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm


UBC Emerging Media Lab is excited to invite you to our Summer Showcase 2023!

“Get ready to embark on a journey into the future of creativity and technology. This event is where imagination meets innovation, and we guarantee it will leave you in awe.” – ChatGPT on behalf of EML.

Celebrate the power of emerging media and its wonders. The showcase will feature presentations and live demos of the projects EML teams worked on this summer!  Actively incorporating artificial intelligence into the project processes and decisions inspired this showcase to be AI-themed! The poster is your example. Featured projects vary from Virtual Reality to Machine Learning and Web-based Tools, and even more.

Food and drinks will be served, and spaces are limited. Secure your spot and be part of an extraordinary event.


Event Details

Doors Open: 4 PM

Keynote Speeches and Presentations: 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM (IKB Peña Room)

Reception and Demos: 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM (IKB Learning Lounge)


Featured Projects 

3D Metabolism | A novel way to understand and visualize the information contained in the famously difficult-to-learn metabolic network.

Judicial Interrogatory Simulator | An AI-enabled application that offers a life-like courtroom simulation.

Tapestry Tool – ML | Using machine learning (ML) to automatically generate a tapestry, or web of interconnected content, based on a given topic.

Vestibular Assessment | An augmented reality (AR) teaching tool that can enhance instructor demonstrations of the various assessment techniques used to treat BPPV.

Shakespeare xR | Reimagining some of Shakespeare’s classic characters taken from Shakespeare’s First Folio across different technological media.


About EML

UBC Emerging Media Lab is an experimental space where faculty, students, and staff from all disciplines collaborate with industry and community. Its mission is to evolve learning by creating tools and techniques using emerging media. Our lecture and workshop series are open to the public to encourage exploration, experimentation, and development of ideas that may eventually enhance learning and research at UBC.