LINDSAY Video Channel on YouTube

Please visit our LINDSAY Video Channel on YouTube for updates on our latest work. You will see highlights of our current and former projects, such as LINDSAY anatomy with Meta Augmented Reality glasses An immersive virtual reality (VR) journey through The Giant Walkthrough Brain (with Oculus Rift VR glasses) An immersive exploration of…

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CSWA Award for Giant Walkthrough Brain

The Canadian Science Writers’ Association has recognized our Giant Walkthrough Brain projects as a valuable contribution to the communication of science. Here is the original post from the CSWA awards site. 2014 Science in Society Communication Award The Giant Walk Through Brain by Trevor Day, Jay Ingram and Christian Jacob.…

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Exploring the CAVE

This summer, we are exploring how to use immersive visualization techniques to enhance the experience of flying or walking through our virtual body models. Here are a few impressions of our first steps in the iCentre CAVE. For now, we have reimplemented our Giant Walkthrough Brain project and a model of a…

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LINDSAY Team is 2015 ASTech Nominee

For the third time, the LINDSAY team has been nominated for the ASTech award. See more information about the Alberta Science and Technology award here. We are looking forward to seeing you at ACCELERATE: ASTech 2.0 on Friday, 6 November 2015 at TELUS Spark.

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The Giant Walkthrough Brain at Beakerhead

On September 12th and 13th, 2014, the Giant Walkthrough Brain is presented in the Dome Theatre at TELUS Spark, Calgary’s innovative science centre. The show is part of the annual Beakerhead festival which highlights art, science, and engineering across the city of Calgary. In collaboration with science communicator and TV…

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Computer Science Students bring Giant Brain to Life

In collaboration with science communicator and TV host Jay Ingram, the LINDSAY Virtual Human team has created a 3-dimensional, highly illustrative model of the human brain. In the 1970s, this idea was put forward by neurosurgeon Joseph Bogen, who proposed to build a neuroscience museum as a giant walkable brain.…

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Research Opportunities @ LINDSAY

The LINDSAY Virtual Human team is always looking for enthusiastic students at the undergraduate or graduate level. We have positions available for graduate students at the Master’s and Ph.D. level. We are also seeking undergraduate or graduate students interested in Research Summer placements. If you have any questions about our…

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Lindsay Team is ASTech 2014 Honoree

The ASTech Foundation seeks to inspire innovation in the province of Alberta and honours its most outstanding people with this award. The LINDSAY Virtual Human team is proud to be among the distinguished finalists for ASTech 2014. The ASTech Gala took place in Edmonton on October 15, 2014. See the…

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