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News Release 16-078

Majoring in making

ATLAS Institute at the University of Colorado Boulder launches nationís first undergraduate degree in making

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virtual reality

A University of Colorado student explores the world created by a student enrolled in assistant professor Dan Szafir's virtual reality and 3-D design course offered as part of the Technology, Arts and Media program at the CU-Boulder ATLAS Institute.

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3-D printed headphones

A University of Colorado student tries on a pair of headphones designed and 3-D printed by a student enrolled in the Technology, Arts and Media program at the CU-Boulder ATLAS Institute.

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An undergraduate student enrolled in the Bachelor of Technology, Arts and Media program at the CU-Boulder ATLAS Institute built a bathroom mirror that recognizes when someone is standing in front of it and provides a weather forecast and summary of the latest headlines by programming a Wi-Fi-enabled Raspberry Pi connected to a monitor mounted behind a one-way mirror.

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An undergraduate student enrolled in the Bachelor of Technology, Arts and Media program at the CU-Boulder ATLAS Institute built a pair of "piano gloves" during spring semester.

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mobile app

Middle school students enrolled in a summer program led by NSF-supported researchers wrote a mobile application to enhance communication with a sister who is disabled.

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