Digital Curve, an initiative by the Centre for Learning Futures, aims to bring the power of computation and digital technology to bear on all aspects of teaching, learning, and research. The initiative houses the Digital Lab, a dedicated space for students to work on digital technology and new media projects.
Digital Curve Lab
The Digital Curve Lab works on projects at the intersection of immersive media visualisation, technologies, visual analytics, aesthetics, and cultural (big) data. With the availability of tools, software, and equipment, the Lab will provide an opportunity for students to explore and experiment with digital technology to learn new skills to create innovative projects. The Lab will develop projects in the following thematic areas:
The Initiative provides the following services to the faculty and students:
Digital Lab Projects
The movement of plants is often barely perceptible to the human eye, which leads many of us to assume that the plant world is fixed and inert. What are the dynamics of the bio community at the macro and micro scale? The Digital Exhibit explores different ways to give voice to the ecosystem of the Arboretum and brings to life the slow and subtle movements of trees and surrounding ecology. The project aims to create an interactive digital biodiversity map and develop an ongoing database resource of campus biodiversity.