Virtual puppets developed by kinetic imaging professor help older adults feel more comfortable telling their stories http://news.vcu.edu/faculty-and-staff/Virtual_puppets_developed_by_kinetic_imaging_professor_help_older
VoicingElder: Seniors Reminiscing Through Avatars was invited to be presented at 37th North American Drama Therapy conference- The Power of Dramatic Play and Creativity: Sunshine Under the Umbrella, to be held at Seattle, Washington, Oct 27-30.
Organized by Center for the Arts in Society, Carnegie Mellon University, “FACING AVATRS”- Lecture/workshop were presented on March 30-31, 2016, Carnegie Mellon University. https://www.cmu.edu/cas/events/facing-avatars.html
VoicingElder project was invited to be presented at 2016 NCCA (National Center for Creative Aging) Leadership Exchange and Conference- THE CREATIVE AGE: Global Perspectives on Creativity & Aging– from 24-28 September 2016 in Washington DC, USA. It will be team […]
VoicingElder project( preliminary stage) and Semi’s interview have been posted on VCU news: community-engaged research across the lifespan (VoicingElder shows up from the middle of article with two video documentations.)
I feel so honored by winning the grant award-VCU Presidential Research Quest Fund for VoicingElder project!!!! Worked so hard on this proposal… Professors from Department of gerontology, theatre and computer engineering have been involved. It will be exciting adventure of […]
The paper “VoicingElder: an avatar platform for older adults informed by multiple therapeutic traditions” was presented at 20th International Symposium on Electronic Art, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, November 2014
“Avatar for the senior’s life review” was presented at Annual International Conference, Enhancing Lives Through Arts & Health: 25th Anniversary Conference & Celebration, April 9-12 2014 in Houston, TX. The conference, hosted by Texas Children’s Hospital, provided a forum for […]