Framing Immersion: VR Programming for the Web

Virtual reality (VR) is a paradox. Donning a headset can transport the senses to other worlds, while the body remains firmly planted on the ground (well, most of the time). VR affords us the ability to fly, teleport, and transform the virtual world around us, but has also achieved notoriety for its less desirable tendency … Continued

Reconstructing the Historic Landscape of Larochette

DTU PhD researchers Christopher Morse, Sam Mersch and Marleen de Kramer published their conference paper entitled “Reconstructing the Historic Landscape of Larochette Luxembourg“. The paper appeared in the proceedings of the EuroMed 2018 conference Digital Heritage. Progress in Cultural Heritage: Documentation, Preservation, and Protection. Abstract “Cultural Heritage education relies on a solid foundation of scientifically … Continued

Automata and other interlocutors

The notion of the automaton extends at least as far back as antiquity, but successful implementation of simulated intelligence, and even life itself, continues to elude us. Although there is a tremendous disparity between how we imagine robots to behave and how they actually perform, since the eighteenth century they have become unwitting participants in … Continued