Deadline: 30 November 2016 Instructions and application form: http://www.cut.ac.cy (emails are not accepted as official application) Two (2) posts in the topics: Visual Computing/ Computer Graphics Virtual Reality for Well being Exploiting Virtual Reality as Placebo Study Brain Conflicting Sensory Input Through Virtual Reality Virtual Reality and BCI Candidates for this post should possess: A Bachelor’s … Read more
GET Lab’s PhD student Maria Christofi participated at the Researchers Night 2016 that took place at Filoxenia Center in Nicosia at 30th of September 2016. The Researchers Night is part of the European Researchers’ Night that takes place every year all over Europe and neighbouring countries the last Friday of September. The events are supported by the European … Read more
Two papers from the PhD students of GET Lab got accepted for publication. The paper “Virtual environments design assessment for the treatment of claustrophobia” by the PhD student of GET Lab Maria Christofi and GET Lab’s director Despina Michael-Grigoriou got accepted at the International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM), and will be presented on October 20th … Read more
EXTENDED DEADLINE for the submission of papers for the 1st International Workshop on Virtual Reality, Gamification and Cultural Heritage. The new deadline is the 31st of August 2016. The 1st International Workshop on Virtual Reality, Gamification and Cultural Heritage (VRGCH’2016) will be organized in conjunction with the 6th International Euro-Mediterranean Conference on Digital Heritage (http://www.euromed2016.eu/). VRGCH’2016 is organized … Read more
GET Lab participated at the 18th Mediterranean Electrotechnical Conference – MELECON 2016 which took place on 18 – 20 April 2016 in Limassol, Cyprus. The lab’s coordinator Despina Michael was the chair of the session Virtual Environments, 3D Simulations and Serious Games which took place on the 20th of April. GET Lab’s PhD candidate Panagiotis Charalampous … Read more
The training for the new equipment of the lab, the g.tec’s g.Nautilus wireless biosignal acquisition system took place on Thursday, 31st of March 2016, by Nikolaus Sabathiel of g.tec at GET Lab. The g.Nautilus is going to be used to measure brain activity in future Virtual Reality experiments.