Arive

ARIVE Lecture Series

Virtual and Augmented Reality (XR) will shape the future of virtually every sector in business and society. It is therefore important to develop a deep and informed understanding about the technological, conceptual, and practical implications of XR.

This lecture series organised by the HCI lab at the University of Otago (www.hci.otago.ac.nz) presents lectures given by leading XR experts from New Zealand and Australia as part of their ARIVE consortium activities. The lectures are delivered via zoom and will be recorded.

Holger Regenbrecht (Coordinator), Tobias Langlotz

Lecture times are Tuesdays, 3pm – 3.50pm (15:00 – 15:45), NZST and Thursdays, 3pm – 3.50pm (15:00 – 15:45), NZST (Adelaide times: 12.30pm – 1.20pm (12:30 – 13:20), Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne times: 1pm – 1.50pm (13:00 – 13:50)

The following dates are based on the University of Otago’s academic calendar.

  • July 7, Introduction (Holger Regenbrecht, University of Otago), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • July 9, Definition, Terms, and Concepts (Alexander Plopski, University of Otago), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • July 14, Towards Indistinguishable Augmented Reality in Optical See-Through Head-Mounted Displays (Tobias Langlotz, University of Otago), YouTube Link
  • July 16, Computational Glasses (Tobias Langlotz, University of Otago), YouTube Link
  • July 21, Interaction Design for Virtual Reality (Bruce Thomas, University of South Australia), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • July 23, Applications for XR (Bruce Thomas, University of South Australia), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • July 28, Presence, Telepresence, Co-presence, Social Presence (Holger Regenbrecht, University of Otago), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • July 30, Nomadic and Mobile Telepresence (Tobias Langlotz, University of Otago), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • August 4, Empathic Computing (Mark Billinghurst, University of Auckland), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • August 6, Assistive Augmentations (Suranga, Nanayakkara, University of Auckland), YouTube Link
  • August 11, Multi-Sensory XR Experiences (Rob Lindeman, University of Canterbury), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • August 13, Engaging Human Augmentation (Stephan Lukosch, University of Canterbury), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • August 18, XR and Volumetric Videos (Holger Regenbrecht, University of Otago), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • August 20, Physiological Sensors/Input and XR (University of Queensland), Lecture slides
  • September 1, Visual Computing for eXtended Reality (Stefanie Zollmann, University of Otago), YouTube Link, Lecture slides
  • September 3, XR for Sports (University of Otago), YouTube Link
  • September 8, Immersive Analytics: Exploring Data on the Surfaces and Space Around Us (Monash University), YouTube Link
  • September 10, IATK Introduction -- Immersive Analytics Toolkit, an introduction (Monash University), YouTube Link
  • September 15, Photorealistic XR I (Victoria University), YouTube Link
  • September 17, Photorealistic XR II (Victoria University), YouTube Link
  • September 22, Multi-Modal High- Performance Visualisation System (University of New South Wales)
  • September 23, Simulations, Visualisation, Big Data and Digital Twins (University of New South Wales)
  • September 29, Collaborative AR (University of Queensland)
  • October 1, XR Ethics and Professionalism (University of Otago)