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Using Machine Learning to Design Movement Interaction in VR
Written by Nicola Plant, a researcher on the 4i project. In celebration of International Women’s Day on Sunday 8th of March 2020, Nicola Plant, Carlos Gonzalez Diaz and Clarice Hilton from Goldsmiths Computing, ran a special workshop on Using Machine Learning to Design Movement Interaction in VR for a half-day hackathon held at the Tate … Continue reading Using Machine Learning to Design Movement Interaction in VR

Meet the students from HTC Vive Developers Jam
On Jan 24th – 26th, Goldsmiths Department of Computing, ran a Virtual Reality Hackathon weekend with HTC Vive. Participants were challenged to use VIVE hardware, including Software development kits like eye, lip and hand tracking to create an innovative virtual reality project. Meet some of the Goldsmiths student teams who wowed the judges with their … Continue reading Meet the students from HTC Vive Developers Jam

CareerHack – the traditional careers fair reinvented
This week we ran our second CareerHack event in partnership with Hacksmiths. What is CareerHack? CareerHack is a career & developer event where attendees spend 4 hours competing challenges in teams, showing off their skills to potential employers. Challenges tested technical skills, with things like building an interactive game, as well as employability skills, like … Continue reading CareerHack – the traditional careers fair reinvented

Push, Pop, Repeat – Pop-up exhibition
Written by Clémence Debaig, student in MA Computational Arts. Find out more about the students work on The MA/MFA Computational Arts Blog. Push, Pop, Repeat is the first pop-up exhibition of this year’s cohort – presenting works from the MA in Computational Arts and the MA in Independent Games and Playable Experience Design. On Wednesday the 22nd of January 2020, more than 350 visitors have had the opportunity … Continue reading Push, Pop, Repeat – Pop-up exhibition

A day in the life: Zala
Zala is a Year 1, BSc Creative Computing student at Goldsmiths, University of London. Progressing from the well-established secondary school routine to a completely new independent and self-initiated university one, is a rather big change, but so is moving from a town of 100 000 people to a city with a population 4-times the size of my whole … Continue reading A day in the life: Zala