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Interactive Breakfast No. 4 Reminder


Interactive Breakfast No. 4 Reminder

I'd just like to take this opportunity to remind you about the latest Interactive Breakfast - This one is proving to be very popular. Only a few seats left. Great Breakfast.

Connections 2003 - Collective Intelligence Through Remote Collaboration Breakfast No. 4 - Thursday 28th August 2003, 7.30am - 9.00am, at (e)-vision

Medici - Remote Collaboration Renaissance

Speakers :

Neville Jordan, Chairman Interim Board, Medici Consortium , presenting on the Medici Consortium concept, its benefit to New Zealand and the importance of researchers and industry collaborating.

Mark Billinghurst, Director, HIT Lab NZ , presenting on Human InterfaceTechnology and Augmented Realityconcepts, the importance of collaboration between researchers and industry and New Zealand's research capability for remote collaboration.

Neville Jordan, Chairman Interim Board, Medici Consortium. Medici: In renaissance Italy the Medici family provided security and a collaborative environment that enabled the creative arts and business to flourish. Like the Medici's of old, the Medici remote collaboration platform will allow creative professionals to work with each other in a secure environment, sharing content, skills and project workload. It will also use and create digital tools to allow people to connect on a global scale, bringing significant commercial and intellectual benefits to New Zealand.

Mark Billinghurst, Director, HIT Lab NZ HIT Lab NZ : The Human Interface Technology Laboratory New Zealand (HIT Lab NZ) is a human-computer interface research centre hosted at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. The lab is a partner of the world-leading HIT Lab US based at the University of Washington in Seattle.

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