Purdue Polytechnic’s Department of Computer Graphics Technology hosted a course taught by Nandhini Giri in which graduate students designed innovative new content for Purdue sports in the metaverse. Students generated fully-outfitted augmented-reality versions of Ross-Ade Stadium and Mackey Arena.
Purdue Polytechnic’s Anthony Sparkling and Ramyani Sengupta are studying how virtual reality technology could help experienced professionals and potential retirees in the construction industry more efficiently transfer knowledge to next-generation workers.
Twenty professional archivists from throughout the United States converged on the Purdue campus June 9–15 for the 2019 Archives Leadership Institute (ALI).
Mesut Akdere, associate professor of human resource development (HRD), along with professors in Purdue Libraries and CILMAR, received a grant to provide training for archivists across the country by developing and facilitating the Archives Leadership Institute (ALI).
Jordan McGraw, a first-year graduate student in computer graphics technology, helped design a virtual reality video game which allows a player to potentially discover a new treatment for diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's