University of Michigan researchers have revealed an incredible prototype technology - a braille tablet. Current designs only allow for one line of braille, but the new prototype displays full pages of text. Find out more and watch the project leader, Dr. Sile O’Modhrain, discuss the developments at BGR. Pair with our eReader cheat sheet.
Hey everyone! We’re going back to the place where our story began with a show we’re calling “A Very StarKid Reunion.” This special return to Ann Arbor will be a retrospective on the beginnings of StarKid, featuring music, laughs, and as many members of StarKid as we can gather in one place! Tickets aren’t open to the public yet, but we’ll let you know as soon as they are! And there should be plenty to go around so make your travel plans now!
Where: Ann Arbor, MI When: October 8th 2015 What: Concert/Review with as many StarKids as can make it!
Jeremy Young, MSE BSE Student, runs a cylinder combustion simulation in the Michigan Immersive Digital Experience Nexus (MIDEN) in the UM3D Lab Digital Media Commons in the Duderstadt Center on June 10, 2015.
The simulation allows for Young to visualize and measure velocity of fluids of different volume points of a cylinder combustion engine.
Photo: Joseph Xu, Michigan Engineering Communications and Marketing