Accelerating Change 2004 :: Physical Space, Virtual Space, and Interface
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Open House (Thursday and Sunday)

Jeremy Bailenson, head of the Virtual Human Interaction Lab at Stanford, will be offering AC2004 attendees two open house tours of his lab at Stanford University.

The two events are Thursday, November 4th, 6-8 PM and Sunday, November 7th, 6-8pm.

Most demos are one at a time activities, and the VHI Lab can accommodate up to 15 people. If more than 15 show up there will be a signup sheet, and the tour will last a half hour. Those on the signup sheet will be asked to return a half hour later (a trip to Stanford bookstore can keep you busy!). If there are less than 15, you are welcome to stay the entire time. All of those converging at the lab at 8pm are invited to join us for a fun no-host dinner off campus.

AC2004 attendees with easy access to the Stanford area are encouraged to come on Thursday and demo lab projects such as this and these in an informal, personalized environment. Jeremy is a great mind in the field of virtual reality and mediated social interaction, and this is a rare opportunity to experience the state-of-the-art in those technologies while conversing directly with one of the field's research leaders.

Directions: The VHI Lab is located in Building 120, McClatchy Hall, Room 453. (450 Serra Mall, facing the Oval at the top of Palm Drive). Outside doors will locked, but an undergraduate volunteer will be available at the front (East) door.

Sunday evening's tour will be a reprise (including no-host dinner after) for those who missed it on Thursday.

Jeremy will also be speaking on his fascinating research at Accelerating Change 2004. Visit the lab website for a list of his recent publications.


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