A workshop for researchers who are interested in natural user interfaces and Kinect for Windows
September 26, 2012 | Melbourne, Australia
September 28, 2012 | Sydney, Australia
Microsoft Research is delighted to present What's New in NUI, a workshop for academics who are interested in natural user interfaces (NUIs) and using Microsoft Kinect technology in their research. In this informational workshop, academics and their students have a special opportunity to hear about our work in the field of NUI, including recent advancements in Kinect for Windows.
Participants will hear from Dr. Stewart Tansley, director, Microsoft Research Connections, who is responsible for Microsoft's academic research partnerships related to NUI—especially device-oriented, such as cyber-physical systems, robotics, and sensor networks. In 2011, he was acting product manager for the Kinect for Windows software development kit (SDK) from Microsoft Research. Additional speakers include Dr. Neil Roodyn, nsquared director, Microsoft regional director, and Most Valuable Professional. Our special guest will be Associate Professor Jian Zhang from the University of Technology, Sydney.
Presentations and discussion will focus on:
- Current and future NUI research, trends, and challenges
- An intensive tutorial on Kinect for Windows
- An Australian Kinect project recently funded by Microsoft Research Connections
For more information, see the agenda.
To ensure maximum opportunity for interaction and information exchange, seating is limited to 70 participants in Melbourne and 120 in Sydney. Registration is accepted via the online form only.
Register Online Now
University of Melbourne
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Alan Gilbert Building, Building 104, at the corner of Barry and Grattan Streets, Theatre 2, level 1
University of Sydney
Friday, September 28, 2012
Peter Nichol Russell building, Building J02, Drawing Office 1
For more information, send email to John Warren.