The Future Tripping symposium kicks off with a Play Workshop
Susana Ruiz theorizes serious play!
Alenda Chang introduces a panel featuring Danielle Christianson, Summer Gray, and Marcos Novak
Liz Losh gives the Future Tripping keynote: “That Was the News That Wasn’t: Fake News and the Culture of Simulation”
Future Tripping moves outdoors during the “Thinking/Walking” session
SB Hacks Kick-Off!
A team settles in for the long haul.
The SB Hacks event, which lasted more than 48 hours straight, was hosted in several spaces on campus, including the DAHC.
Developing an augmented reality app.
After two days of marathon coding, it’s time to rest!
Data Science at UCSB hosts a Django Girls workshop in the DAHC.
A show of hands for Badass Django Ladies!
During breakout sessions, participants code with the support of mentors from the Data Science club.
An SB Hacks student group meeting in the DAHC. With the hackathon just two months away, SB Hacks is starting to hold more and more team meetings to make sure that everyone is making progress.
The very first reception in the Digital Arts & Humanities Commons!
Welcoming participants to the Commons
Professor Andrew Griffin gives the vision of the Maker Lab
Professor Marcos Novak discusses virtual worlds research on campus
Participants in Leila Sakr’s Fem-Tech Lab
A gathering for the ribbon-cutting event launching the new Maker Lab in the DAHC.
Professor Patricia Fummerton speaking at the Maker Lab inaugural.
Dilling Yang looks inside “Madge” – a 19th century Albion printing press.
Dean John Majewski shows off his commemorative print fresh from the printing press.
Mad Madge herself, with Professor Patricia Fumerton and Kristy McCantsback