For video footage from past you can visit the individual event pages, or go to our YouTube Channel.
To filter by event category, click on the event category link in the table below or use the menu on the right.
List of Past Events
Design and Implementation of the Rutgers HAVEN
Dr. Tim Edmunds
Monday, September 24, 2007, 01:00pm - 02:00pm
Rutgers University, Department of Computer Science
The Rutgers HAVEN (Haptic, Auditory, and Visual Environment) is a facility designed from the ground up to support multisensory interactive applications. The facility is a primarily single-user environment intended to be reconfigurable for a variety of interactive applications. To this end, the HAVEN incorporates a wide range of sensors, including motion trackers, a stereo-vision camera, pressure pads, force-sensors, and microphones, as well as multisensory output devices such as large-screen and table-top projection, multi-channel audio, and haptic peripherals. In my talk, I will describe the design of the HAVEN, including the installed devices and our methods of integrating the capabilities of multiple sensors and rendering devices. I will discuss the distributed architecture we developed to coordinate multi-modal rendering from different systems, and I will describe some of the applications we have implemented using the capabilities of the HAVEN.
An Event Architecture for Distributed Interactive Multisensory Rendering, SMAR, 2006: