Emily Daub performs a modern dance while wearing LED-lighted outfits that she designed and constructed herself.

"The Show" explores relationships through dance and digital technology

May 1, 2018

TAM senior Emily Daub is fascinated by how people are changed by their relationships. In her ambitious dance performance, she explores these ideas, featuring a wide range of dance styles and dance costumes that she designed with embedded wearable technology.

Woman holds up her project

Expo Spring 2018: Showcase of innovative invention and design

April 30, 2018

Celebrate the creative spirit, passion and technical wizardry of ATLAS on Wednesday, May 2, when more than one hundred students present their projects.

Chris Carruth

ATLAS Instructor Christopher Carruth wins award for outstanding teaching

April 20, 2018

He is enthusiastic, knowledgeable, amusing, respectful and he cares, say students of ATLAS Institute Instructor Christopher Carruth, who earlier this week was awarded a 2018 Marinus Smith Award for outstanding teaching.

Michael Theodore points to a large cartoon drawing that he drew of a man at a piano and another man holding loud and soft signs.

Michael Theodore’s “The (Art) Machines are Coming” part of CU Boulder Next

April 4, 2018

The director of ATLAS Institute’s Center for Media Arts and Performance travels to Washington D.C. to discuss the special relationship artists have with technology.

Annie Kelley works on a keyboard attached to her computer during the MakeCode workshop.

Code snippets, tooltips and error detection

March 21, 2018

ATLAS hosts advanced workshop for MakeCode, the JavaScript platform that vastly simplifies the creation of programming editors.

Two students smile as they build a remote control car from cardboard, salvaged parts and micro:bits

Microsoft Research workshop gives new life to old toys

March 20, 2018

The assignment is to play with remote control cars. Well actually, break them up and use the parts to build something else. It's an apt assignment for Arielle Hein’s Object class, which meets in the ATLAS Blow Things Up Lab.

Researcher with drone.

Augmented reality enhances robot collaboration

March 15, 2018

ATLAS IRON Lab researchers were awarded best paper and runner-up best paper at the ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human Robot Interaction for developing technologies that use augmented reality to enhance drone operation.

Photo of Stephen Hawking

Stephen Hawking and celebrity deaths: trolls, tears and social media

March 15, 2018

Westword discusses ATLAS PhD student Katie Gach's social media research related to celebrity deaths in the context of Stephen Hawking's passing.

Kevin Hoth

Kevin Hoth’s photos in Denver show

March 6, 2018

TAM Instructor Kevin Hoth's photographic works are being shown at Walker Fine Art in Denver.

Joel Swanson

Joel Swanson: Q&A with Black Cube

Feb. 23, 2018

After returning from an artist's residency in Banff, ATLAS Assistant Professor Joel Swanson spoke to Black Cube Nomadic Art Museum about his work and recent success, and he shared suggestions for aspiring artists seeking to make their mark.

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