Author Archives: Jason

About Jason

Director of the RE/Lab & EDGE Lab and associate professor in the School of Early Childhood Education.

RE/Lab in 2021

I finally got the web server back up, and over the next few weeks I’ll be getting some form to it and repopulating the content. Then this blog will disappear into the background again.

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Making noise and learning about sound.

This is a great short video of Kurt Thumlert’s grad students visiting the lab playing with various sound tools last week.

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C/AMIGObot: Creating virtual soundscapes with robotic senses

C/AMIGObot: Creating virtual soundscapes with robotic senses first appeared in Ryerson’s INNOVATION NEWSLETTER Jason Nolan has been immersed in virtual reality (VR) in its various permutations for decades, long before its most recent incarnations of high-definition headsets and experiences. “VR and … Continue reading

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Phantom Compass Collaboration with RE/Lab

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Award-winning video game company partners with Ryerson University to develop advanced Virtual Reality experiences Innovative game developers partner with Ryerson University’s RE/Lab to explore the application of VR in special needs education, health care, and more. TORONTO, … Continue reading

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nice joystick hack

JW in @ryersonu @ReLabRye using our 3D printed joystick jig & handmade cable to use @proloquo2go via @get_tecla originally tweeted. Here are some close ups of the joystick and the 3d printed jig to turn the 8 way switch into … Continue reading

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