The project digitally preserves former Indian residential schools in Alberta.
From a special tree to a residential school, our fleeting natural and built environments are rich with secrets, stories and knowledge that 3D technology can preserve and protect.
Simulating Mass in Virtual Reality using Physically-Based Hand-Object Interactions with Vibration Feedback
Christopher Mossman received Lieutenant Governor’s Gold Medal as well as the Department of Mathematics and Statistics Silver Medallion in 2020:
Dr. Samavati received “Established Career Scholarship Excellence Award.”
you can read more about it here: https://science.ucalgary.ca/about/excellence-and-awards/award-recipients-2020/faculty
Dr. Samavati has been recognized with numerous awards, including the 2013 Digital Alberta Award (Best in Cross-platform Content), and a Peak Scholar Award in 2014 for his excellence in Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Knowledge Engagement. He was one of three finalists for the ASTech Foundation award for “Outstanding Leadership in Alberta Technology 2017.”