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Published on May 29, 2012
In May, Professor Clay Shortall's advanced graduate architecture studio on the theme of 'Augmented Reality' held their final review in the TACC/ACES Vislab. The students showed off some amazing projects investigating the relationship between physical and virtual environments, including a Google-maps-on-steroids smartphone app for building interiors, a working model of a Twitter-controlled shade structure, and a building facade that changes based on the brain waves of its occupants.