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Atualidades do LART

Palestra com o Prof. Arbib sobre Arquitetura Neuromórfica

14 de Junho de 2016, 0:00, por Carla Rocha

Convidamos para a palestra e contamos com a divulgação desse evento transdisciplinar com o Prof. Michael Anthony Arbib  (USC San Diego) na UnB, sob o tema  Neuromorphic Architecture, no auditório da FT,  no dia 17 de Junho, 2016 , 14 horas.
 
Maiores informações sobre o professor Convidado Michael Arbib:
 Cartaz palestra arbib



Workshop Ted Krueger

18 de Maio de 2015, 17:59, por Carla Rocha

 

 

A Question of Balance

The purpose of the workshop will be to integrate a new suite of sensors Neulog sensors now at LART into the CAVE environment and to link the two together in a productive and mutually supporting manner that could have therapeudic and diagnostic implications. The problem of human balance was chosen because balance is dependent on both the vestibular apparatus of the inner ear and on vision and so is an application in which the physiological sensors could be productively coupled to the display technologies of the CAVE. It is also an opportunity to examine the relationship between these two technical systems and to develop the substrate from which a wide range of other experiments and applications can be built. Some component of the work is related to the problem of balance but the workshop is also understood jump-starting a technical infrastructure with many uses.
 
The Neulog sensors are a modular proprietary system of sensors processors and communication. They can be configured and collecting and graphing data in less than an hour. The workshop does not have to develop anything with sensors, but must instead work to develop the interface between the Neulog and the CAVE by way of an available API. There is a need to develop a way to interface the Neulog Modules to the body so that appropriate data is collected. We will also need to move data to the CAVE and its associated devices in such a way as to transform its visual, acoustic and tactile feedback to the user.
 
Maiores informações sobre o professor Convidade Ted Krueger:
 
Material do Workshop:

 



Palestra - De engenheiro a Estudante

18 de Maio de 2015, 17:46, por Carla Rocha

De estudante a engenheiro, de engenheiro para o mundo. Visão sobre como a engenharia pode dar ferramentas para soluções de problemas do mundo real e projetar o engenheiro para o mundo

 

 

 



Workshop Redesigning Human

12 de Maio de 2014, 23:18, por Carla Rocha

LART e o Grupo de Pesquisa em Arte e TecnoCiência do Diretório de pesquisa CNPq da FGA UnB em seu papel de Hub ou, como irradiador de pesquisas por conexões com Centros avançados e projetos internacionais e nacionais, formação de pós-doutorado, strictu sensu e iniciação cientifica,dá continuidade a Programação 2014 com o workshop "Redesigning Human".

 

As vagas são limitadas e as inscrições são feitas via email até dia 15/05 para os profs Dra. Carla Rocha (rocha.carla@gmail.com) e Cristiano Miosso (Cristiano.jacques@gmail.com)  com as seguintes informações

  • Nome Completo/Matrícula
  • Semestre 
  • Curso
  • Currículo (Resumido)

 

Aula inaugural (aberta ao público): 16/05 às 14 horas no auditório FGA.

 



Ciclo de Palestra convida - Nina Czegledy

13 de Março de 2014, 23:24, por Carla Rocha

O LART e o Grupo de Pesquisa em Arte e TecnoCiência do Diretório de pesquisa CNPq da FGA UnB em seu papel de Hub ou, como irradiador de pesquisas por conexões com Centros avançados e projetos internacionais e nacionais, formação de pós-doutorado, strictu sensu e iniciação cientifica,inicia a Programação 2014

 

ARTE E TECNOCIÊNNCIA: BIOART AND HEALTH 2014

com a realização de seminários, palestras, workshops, exposições,e outros eventos abertos à comunidade científica e acadêmica . Convidamos para a palestra com a convidada internacional

Palestrante: Nina Czegledy

Senior Fellow, KMDI, University of Toronto; Researcher, Hexagram, Concordia University, Montreal; Senior Fellow, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, member of the Leonardo/ISAST Governing Board, International Researcher Intercreate org, New Zealand, contributing editor Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Board Member Subtle Technologies Festival, Toronto, Board Member Year01, Toronto.

 

 

Tema da palestra

The Extensions of Man - Hacking the Body – Prosthetics

Data : dia 19 de Março de 2014,

Hora: às 10 horas,

Local: sala Mocap - FGA

Resumo da Palestra

The Extensions of Man - Hacking the Body – Prosthetics The term prosthetics indicates an addition or extension. The word "prosthetics" was included in medical terminology in the 16th Century. Three centuries later, Marshall McLuhan wrote in his seminal book Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man first published in 1964: Today, when we have extended all parts of our bodies and senses by technology we are haunted by the need for an outer consensus of technology and experience that would raise our communal lives to the level of a world-wide consensus. McLuhan also argued that 'any medium whatever is an extension, a projection in space or in time, of our various senses." He postulated that while earlier technologies extended one part of the body (for instance the wheel extending the foot), the new electronic technologies extended the whole nervous system. The interpretation of the "Extension of Man" by artists is only one of several aspects regarding prosthetics. Engineering and material development contexts are extremely significant both in theoretical and practical applications of prosthetics. We have seen artificial limbs for amputees and the Cheetah foot for track and field athletes. Cancer survivors can have their breasts reconstructed if they've lost them in treatment. DIY prosthetics found its way to wider audience parallel with increased development of 3D printing, Arduino microcontrollers, hands-on electronics, open source hardware and wearable technology in hacker-spaces and maker-spaces around the globe.

Biografia do Palestrante

 Nina Czegledy, artist, curator, educator, works internationally on collaborative art& science& technology projects. The changing perception of the human body and its environment as well as paradigm shifts in the arts inform her projects. She has exhibited and published widely, won awards for her artwork and has initiated, lead and participated in forums and festivals worldwide at international events. Czegledy developed and co-organized over 25 international educational events and participatory workshops in the last ten years. Current curatorial projects: SPLICE, At the Intersection of Art and Medicine exhibited in at Pratt Gallery Manhattan New York, University of Toronto Art Center, Toronto, Blackwood Gallery, Mississauga, West Vancouver Museum 2012-2013, The Extensions of Man - Hacking the Body - Prosthetics: ThingTank, University of Toronto 2010 and 2011, Hexagram Concordia, Montreal 2012, Festival de la Imagen, Manizales Colombia 2013, Catch Forum, Prague, Czech Republic 2013, Extravagant Age Festival, Zagreb, Croatia 2013. Current collaborative art projects: Aura/Aurora audio-visual touring exhibition (2009-) with Bettina Schuelke, Laszlo Kiss, at Schupfengalerie, Herzogenburg, Austria (2013) Machfeld Studio Gallery, Vienna, Austria (2012), artMuse, Bocholtz, Germany (2011), Plein Air Festival, Budapest (2010), 2nd Thessaloniki Biennale, Greece (2009); The Visual Collider with Marcus Neustetter, exhibited in 12 venues in North America, Europe and South Africa (2010-2013); Galactic Wind, collaborative art&sci installation SCANZ2013 Festival, New Zealand;

 

Czegledy is a Senior Fellow, KMDI, University of Toronto; Researcher, Hexagram, Concordia University, Montreal; Senior Fellow, Hungarian University of Fine Arts, Budapest, member of the Leonardo/ISAST Governing Board, International Researcher Intercreate org, New Zealand, contributing editor Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Board Member Subtle Technologies Festival, Toronto, Board Member Year01, Toronto.

Promoção

 LART – Mestrado em Engenharia Biomédica FGA UNB - FGA GAMA- Engenharia de Software CNPq CAPES

DIREÇÃO CIENTIFICA

Profa. Dra Diana Domingues, Prof. Dr. Adson Rocha, Prof. Dr. Cristiano Miosso

Coordenação Científica e executiva

 Profa. Dra. Carla Rocha e Prof. Dr. Tiago Franklin