Between technology and carefully crafted storytelling, it is the human imagination that remains at the core of any immersion.
This thesis focuses on contemporary AI-generated literature that has been traditionally published in the form of a printed book.
Harrell’s group has designed a game that gets players to reflect on sexual misconduct in the workplace.
Erik Stayton, ’15, examines dominant and alternative paradigms of ground vehicle automation, and concludes that current and imagined automation technology is far more hybrid than is often recognized.
Our thanks to Anne Khaminwa for conducting this great interview with Fox Harrell for the International Review of African American Art.
“Improviso”, a first-of-its-kind RPG, asks players to act, to improvise, to explore motives and language and even go off-script.
Professor Fox Harrell’s research group — the Imagination, Computation, and Expression (ICE) Lab — builds computational systems for expressing imaginative stories and concepts — “phantasmal media” systems.