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All In The News tagged "ExCITe Center"

Building STEAM: Philadelphia Program Uses Art to Teach Science

 NextFab Studio at URBN Center was mentioned in an October 10 Keystone Edge article about using the STEAM art program.

DesignPhiladelphia 2013: 7 Green & Sustainability Events!

The ExCITe Center was mentioned in an October 3 Philly Green Blog post for hosting an event during DesignPhiladelphia.

10 projects from third annual Apps for Philly Transit hackathon

Kara Lindstrom, enabler for the ExCITe Center, was mentioned in an October 2 Technically Philly article for judging the Apps for Philly Transit hackathon.

Pollution and light dance on the side of the Wilma Theater

Dr. Youngmoo Kim, an associate professor in the College of Engineering and director of the ExCITe Center, was quoted in a September 26 Newsworks article for participating on a panel discussion about the intersection of art and science at the Chemical Heritage Foundation.

Multi-Touch with Your Current Keyboard, And How Expressive, Crowd-Funded Keys Stack Up

Dr. Youngmoo Kim, an associate professor in the College of Engineering and director of the ExCITe Center, was mentioned in an August 16 story on Create Digital Music about an alumnus of his Music Entertainment Technology Lab who has created a kit to retrofit a piano keyboard to make it more touch-sensitive and expressive in sound production.

Science Of Jazz: A Mapping App Merges Art And Technology

Dr. Youngmoo Kim, an associate professor in the College of Engineering and director of the ExCITe Center, was featured in an August 4 WRTI-Radio (90.1 FM) story about a mobile app he developed that gives the audience a visual representation of music at a live concert.

Professor Explains Inexpensive Way To Turn Mobile Phones Into Mobile Boom Boxes

Dr. Youngmoo Kim, an associate professor in the College of Engineering and director of the ExCITe Center, was interviewed in a July 27 KYW Newsradio (1060-AM) story about how to turn household objects like water pitchers, cups and bowls into audio speakers.