Person: Giuseppe Scavo

<p>Giuseppe Scavo</p>

KMi PhD Student success in winning HEIF funding

The Augmented Reality in Activism (ARIA) Project launched this week at KMi with the aim of improving inclusive participation in social protest and campaigning. ARIA will utilise Augmented Reality (AR) and Web technologies to enable people to remotely engage in social activism. AR allows digital and physical world to coexist in the same space. With the help…

KMi technologies feature in the FT

The Financial Times published an article at the weekend on how universities, including The Open University, are using student data to predict academic performance. Our former Director, Peter Scott, introduced journalist, Helen Warrell  to OU Analyse, a project led by Zdenek Zdrahal (see photo). The data collected by the technology created by Zdenek’s team includes how…

OU staff find out about Knowledge Media

The Open University’s Charter Day celebrations concluded with the Learn About Fair yesterday. People from all over the OU found out more about a variety KMi projects, including Engage and EDV. It was a particularly good opportunity for the latter to showcase the Democratic Replay tool, as we quickly approach the UK General Election next month….

Augmenting the world (at MIT media labs)

Last week saw the chair of the IEEE standards association working group on Augmented Reality Learning Experience Models, KMi’s own Fridolin Wild, present vision and working plan, while also kicking off the initial use case collection. Hosted by the MIT media labs in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the AR community meeting brought together the global experts in…