Friday 3 May 5-7pm IMRC (Innovative Media Research and Commercialization center) Directions Step into a bee swarm, travel back in time, or shrink down to the size of an ant in works of augmented and virtual reality created by New Media seniors. (more…)
Find a good local tech Job at WEX in Portland Maine WEX info: “As a global leader in corporate payments solutions, we simplify the complexities of payments systems across continents, and industries – including Fleet, Travel and Healthcare. With more than 3,300 associates in the Americas, Europe, Australia, and Asia, we give our customers greater control over their business, resulting in smarter decisions, lower operating costs, higher efficiency and greater customer satisfaction. From our founding in Maine in 1983, we’ve grown to serve millions of people around the world. This growth is fueled by our passion for continuous innovation, and for providing a level of service that is unparalleled in our industry. And we’re just getting started.” You are all invited to attend the WEX Open House Thursday at 6 pm. Come talk with WEX representatives recruiting for variety of opportunities- seeking a wide range of majors and enjoy delicious…
New Media faculty & students held a sprint for MapMap, an open source projection mapping software platform created by faculty member Sofian Audry.
The risks and rewards of a connected life are the theme of the 2018 New Media Night, where New Media seniors present capstones that invite participation on the Internet and in the real world.
Join us for the Mapping Sprint April 6-8, 2018! If you are interested in participating please contact Sofian Audry for more details.
Our New Media students produced an amazing array of creative work this semester.
We’re happy to be hosting visiting researcher Nimesha Ranasinghe this Thursday and Friday, May 3rd & 4th.
“Access Everything”: New Media Night 2017 Thursday 4 May 5-7pm IMRC (Innovative Media Research and Commercialization center) This year’s annual festival of new media at the University of Maine invites visitors to test-drive the expanded access that digital technologies can offer to populations with diverse backgrounds, abilities, and interests. Available to demo are mobile apps for the blind, peer-to-peer networks for women coders, a video terrarium that brings the weather inside your home, and other projects ranging from lasercut lamps to battling robots. (more…)
We’re happy to be hosting visiting artist / researcher Michael Krzyzaniak this Thursday and Friday, April 27th & 28th.