Limbic Media was founded in 2006 by Justin Love (BSc '06, MSc ‘12) to create interfaces and devices that allow people to interact with and control audio, visuals, lights, and machines using natural user interfaces, alternative interfaces and biometrics
Enhance your skills, update your knowledge and advance your career with the Industrial Master's Degree program, a fast-track Master's level graduate program leading to a Master of Science
In October 2008, Tim Teh (BSc '03), Eric Alpini (BENG '02) and Eric Haight (BENG '02) founded KANO/APPS to unite people through play with immersive, innovative, and compelling social games.
Computing is the new literacy and every single field is being transformed by computer science. Whether you want to work in health care, as a journalist, in the finance industry or even get into politics, these courses will spark your interest in computer science!
DJArts Games was founded in 2008 in by David Whittaker (MSc '09) and Justin Stocks (BSc '09) to handle the business side of their casual Facebook game, Egg Breaker.
Even if we have sufficient technologies and tools to handle large-scale data, the skills required to make use of such tools are in short supply and the learning curve is often steep. To help address this, we are hosting the Summer Institute for Big Data August 26-30.
To play the game, visit: http://orcatalkst.orchive.net/games/1
Pacific Northwest Theory Days is a chance to bring together researchers and students from the region, including Microsoft Research, Simon Fraser University, University of British Columbia, University of Calgary, University of Washington, and University of Victoria.
CSC 499 Honours project presentations will be held on Wednesday, April 17 and Friday, April 19 from 1:00pm - 4:00 pm in ECS 660.