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      Social + Interactive Media Centre
      Mozilla + SIM team up to improve data viz design
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      Vision Critical + SIM explore data visualization methods
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      Offload Studios + Emily Carr research 3D printing materials
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      Affinity Bridge + SIM develop global platform for democracy research
      BookRiff + SIM investigate the form and function of the ebook
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      Eat St. Digital Cookbook

      Celeste Martin

      In this NSERC funded applied research project Invoke Media, a Vancouver-based digital agency specializing in Web, Mobile and social app development partnered with SIM Centre researchers Celeste Martin and Jonathan Aitken to develop an e-Cookbook for the television show, Eat St. on Food Network...

      Invitation: Talk & Opportunities at GrowLab

      Kate Armstrong

      Please join us Thursday, April 18th at 2:30 pm for a talk with Adam Baker.

      Adam is a product/UI/UX designer mentoring startups in Vancouver, and has worked at Google, Google.org, Apple, BlackBerry, and Marketcircle, a Mac...

      Emily Carr @ SXSW

      Kate Armstrong

      We are the "higher education institute working on a social media survey". ...

      New Director for the SIM Centre

      Kiran Lakhani

      A note to introduce our new director Kate Armstrong who joined the SIM Centre in 2013. 

      Happy Privacy Day! An Update from the Collusion Visualization Design Team


      For the past several months, I have been leading a design team at Emily Carr and Mozilla with Mozilla's Collusion lead developer...

      Welcome to SIM Centre

      The Social + Interactive Media Centre is a new research centre that supports a wide range of applied social, interactive and design projects. Funded by a 5-year grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC), the centre offers BC companies a way to tap the design, creative and technical expertise of Emily Carr faculty and students. Supported by :

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