As she wraps up the second week of her residency with the B2 Center for Media, Art and Performance in the ATLAS Institute, dancer and performer Brittney Banaei and her collaborators Constance Harris and Laura Conway have completed a vivid and dynamic performance, performed without an audience.
ATLAS Assistant Professor Carson Bruns and Professor Franck Vernerey received $477,000 from the National Science Foundation to begin research on a new kind of biocompatible actuator that contracts and relaxes in only one dimension, like muscles.
Pufferbot is an aerial robot with an expandable protective structure that deploys to encircle the drone and prevent the drone's rotors from coming in contact with obstacles or people.
RoomShift is a haptic and dynamic environment that could be used to support a variety of virtual reality (VR) experiences.
ATLAS Assistant Professor Carson Bruns discusses how nanotechnology can give tattoos biomedical applications. Among other work, he discusses recently-published research completed by the Laboratory for Emergent Nanotechnology, which he directs, on tattoos that alert an individual when their skin needs protection by employing ink that is only visible when exposed to UV light.
ATLAS Institute’s third annual Whaaat!? Festival kicks off remotely on Wednesday, Sept. 23 with an experimental gameplay session led by Paolo Pedercini from independent game developer Molleindustria. In place of the in-person, all-day annual event, the festival has switched to remote programming that will last throughout the academic year.
To more closely align degree names with updated curricula, ATLAS academic programs offered through the College of Engineering and Applied Science have been renamed Creative Technology and Design.
During EdBoard Technologies' August Kickstarter, 150 backers pledged more than $37,000, helping to bring an educational project founded by two ATLAS Creative Industries master's students to life. The venture includes colorful hardware and curriculum focused on teaching students as young as 6 about electricity and electrical circuits. The team received guidance through the ATLAS ACME Lab, which is directed by Professor Ellen Yi-Luen Do.
ATLAS instructor and STEM outreach coordinator Shaz Zamore spoke to CU Boulder Today about their experiences as a Black person who grew up with a love for the outdoors—and the challenges facing people of color who are just beginning their careers in nature-centric fields like ecology, zoology and botany.
Ellen Do keynote speaker at Asia's largest gathering of computer-aided architectural design researchers
Ellen Do, professor and director of partnership and innovation in the ATLAS Institute, will be a keynote speaker for the 25th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia (CAADRIA), the continent's largest annual gathering of researchers of computer-aided architectural design.
Imagine a textile that cleaned itself, killing viruses and bacteria, and dissolving flecks of embedded organic material. Such a fabric could transform the safety and cleanliness of seating in planes, buses and other public spaces—a particularly appealing prospect given recent events.