Tag Archives: Roel Vertegaal

New Arts & Science Dean Barbara Crow Visits the School of Computing

On Wednesday, incoming dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science Barbara Crow, along with Associate Dean Nick Mosey, visited the School for a tour of the Perk, Medical Informatics, Human Media, and EQUIS labs. “I appreciated the breadth of … Continue reading

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Mayor Paterson and MPP Sophie Kiwala Visit the Perk and HML Labs

Congratulations to the Perk Lab and the Human Media Lab on a very successful and impressive show during Mayor Paterson’s visit last Thursday (Aug 10). Double Congratulations to the Perk Lab for hosting the visit of MPP Sophie Kiwala on … Continue reading

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Computing Takes Centre Stage in Queen’s Alumni Review

The most recent issue of the Queen’s Alumni Review features a number of stories by and about people in the School and the work they do. The issue includes articles about our very own Wendy Powley and undergraduates in the Sudo … Continue reading

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HML’s WhammyPhone – A Virtual Musical Instrument for Flexible Phones

The Queen’s School of Computing Human Media Lab is in the news for its invention of the WhammyPhone, the world’s first virtual musical instrument for flexible phones.

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Roel Vertegaal Talks to Mirror (UK) About Reflex

The Queen’s School of Computing is pleased to announce that Professor Vertegaal (Director, Human Media Lab) is in the news today: Daily Mirror (UK) – Play Angry Birds on your wrist thanks to a bizarre wearable touchpad

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