Bodies, Movement and AI in VR, Current Perspectives from Research and Industry

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To mark the end of the 4i project we will be presenting at a Symposium event of talks and panel discussions streamed online with artists, key industry professionals and leading academics in the fields of immersive media, machine learning, psychology and ethics.

This symposium will present the research of two projects. The EPSRC funded 4i: Immersive Interaction design for Indie developers with Interactive machine learning explores the use of machine learning AI techniques as a design tool for artists and developers working with body movement in VR. The ESRC funded Development of Own-Body Representations in Childhood examines the developmental changes in the reliance on cues such as vision, touch, and movement to identify one’s own body. We will also explore the ethical implications of the new medium and how it impacts a full diversity of bodies, in terms of gender, age and abilities.
Period3 Nov 2021
Event typeConference
LocationLondon, United KingdomShow on map