EML Events

Emerging Media Lab hosts regular events to inspire anyone in UBC to come in and experience emerging media.

Drop-in demos at EML

Come join us at Emerging Media Lab at Neville Scarfe 1 (located in the basement) for a quick demo session of the emerging technologies at UBC. This event will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 12:00 – 1:30 PM and is open to anyone from the UBC community, including staff, students and faculty.

Immersive Learning Orientation

Join us for an emerging technologies orientation session to learn more about available technologies, tools and samples available to the UBC community.

Emerging Media Community of Practice

The Virtual Reality / Augmented Reality Group at UBC is a working user group composed of faculty and students across academic departments, Information Technology and curriculum staff, interested community members based off-campus, and many others whose work and interests are situated at the intersection of virtual/augmented reality, research and education.

EML Workshop and Lecture Series

Workshop and Lecture series features several topics, from hands-on learning of development in VR and AR to lecture on Artificial Intelligence.

Development for Google Cardboard Workshop

Learn how to develop for Google Cardboard so that you can have immersive experiences in the palm of your hand!

Emerging Media Lab Lecture Series

Historical Overview of VR and its Application Space delivered by Meehan Song. In this lecture, Meehae will be introducing a brief historical overview of VR and its related technologies and present different uses of VR application space.

Intro to Immersive Media Development Tools

Get a behind the scenes look into the development of VR/AR/MR with the Emerging Media Lab’s workshop series. The first workshop will be a beginner level introduction to the basics of how to create 3D objects and develop interactions between them.

Virtual Reality Night – VR and BCI

Ever wanted to create and explore a world controlled by your mind? Follow along as the Emerging Media Lab’s Eyemole team teaches us how to create a simple virtual reality app with gaze input as well as EEG input.