Digital Art History and Computational Media MA Thesis and Independent Study/Capstone Presentations
Digital Art History and Computational Media MA Thesis and Independent Study/Capstone Presentations (Fall 2020)
Monday, November 23rd from 3:00pm-5:00pm EST
Free and open to the public.
Selena Qian (Independent Study/Capstone): "leARn spatial: Applications of Augmented Reality in Spatial Reasoning Education"
Andrea Brucculeri (MA Thesis): "Categorizing Video Game Controls by Frequency of Use: A Hands-Free Gaming Concept Focused on Head Gestures"
Melissa Gonzalez (MA Thesis): "Tracing, Expanding, and Making Accessible the Digital Pathways of Latinx Sexual Dissidence in the Hemisphere"
Clara Pinchbeck (MA Thesis): "Embodied Objects: A Digital Exploration of Women, Space, and Power in the Monza Holy Land Ampullae"
Anni Yan (MA Thesis): "A New Take on Gamification: Playing the Culture Shock Experience in a Digital Card Games"