This is the first event for research revealed in the Arts and Science Museum. Featuring research projects from the NUS-HCI lab.
Free admission to the showcase. Register on the day at the ArtScience Museum lobby.
See ArtScience research in action and explore innovative ideas on show. With opportunities for interaction with the inventions, discussions with the makers, and workshops where you can have a go yourself, there is something to interest and engage all ages of visitors.
On 3 February, National University of Singapore’s School of Computing will be showcasing their projects, including automated paper crafts where you get to make ‘paper robots’, an application which print messages on food, and an interface which allows the creation of sand animation without actually using sand.