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Projects
data_shadow is an interactive video installation assembled through the same development system (Interactive Media Platform) as Miller’s earlier installation, augment_me (2009).
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Lecturer, UNSW Art & Design 

Dr Alex Davies is an artist and researcher whose practice spans a diverse range of media and experiments with interaction, technology, perception, mixed reality and illusion.
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Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Laboratory for Innovation in Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums

iGLAM Research Fellow, Art Gallery of NSW

Dr Andrew Yip researches the applications for interactive digital environments and emerging new media technologies in the gallery and museum sector.
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Postdoctoral fellow, Creative Robotics Laboratory

Dr David Silvera-Tawil is an Early Career Researcher with a strong record in the fields of tactile sensing and human-robot interaction (HRI).
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Research Director, Design and Art Australia Online

Dr Gillian Fuller is a digital media specialist whose research focuses on the impact of digital cultures on the interaction and aesthetics of bodies, matter and data in space. She also has a background in information and communication design in cultural institutions.
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Director of Postgraduate Research, College of Fine Arts, UNSW
Deputy Director, Creative Robotics Laboratory, COFA, UNSW
Senior Lecturer, College of Fine Arts, UNSW

Dr Petra Gemeinboeck's installation practice explores the materiality of the digital, its embodiment, agency and performativity. She is interested in the audiences’ aesthetic experience as they become bodily involved, or even implicated.
Labs & Groups
ERIA trials renewable energy with analogue and digital media technologies to create innovative models of public art that are environmentally sensitive and self-sustaining.
News
Breakthrough interactive 3D cinema technology sold to Chinese mining industry will aid worker training, health and safety