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LASER Talks at Stanford: STEAM Magic, Micropoetics, Immersive Virtual Reality

The Leonardo/ISAST LASERs are a program of international gatherings that bring artists, scientists, humanists and technologists together for informal presentations, performances and conversations with the wider public. The mission of the LASERs is to encourage contribution to the cultural environment of a region by fostering interdisciplinary dialogue and opportunities for community building to over 50 cities around the world.


LASER Stanford: Three L.A.S.E.R. talks: STEAM Magic, Micropoetics, Immersive Virtual Reality
 

When: 21st September 2022, 6:30pm PDT. Find your timezone HERE
Where: Stanford LiKaShing LK101

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LASER Program

This evening will feature three presentations:
* Suyash Joshi (Engineer and Magician) on "S.T.E.A.M. Magic"
* Marjorie Perloff (Stanford Univ) on Infrathin: An Experiment in
Micropoetics"

* Julia Scott (Santa Clara Univ) on "Biofeedback Integration into
immersive Virtual Reality Experiences"

Suyash Joshi is a creative technologist, magician and STEAM evangelist
based in San Francisco. He has been passionate about magic and
technology since childhood and has blended the two in a one of a kind
"STEAM Magic Show" for online and in-person performance at schools,
maker faire, hackerspaces, and industry conferences. His magic involves
emerging technologies - AI, IoT, Augmented Reality with optical
illusions, and math-based tricks that not only entertain but also
inspire audiences about STEAM subjects.

Marjorie Perloff is Sadie D. Patek Professor of Humanities Emerita at
Stanford University. She is also Florence Scott professor Emerita of
English at the University of Southern California. Perloff is the author
of many books and articles on 20th and 21st century Poetry and Poetics,
including, "Frank O’Hara: Poet among Painters" (1977), "The Poetics of
Indeterminacy: Rimbaud to Cage" (1981), "The Futurist Moment:
Avant-Garde, Avant-Guerre, and the Language of Rupture" (1986), "Radical
Artifice" (1992), "Wittgenstein’s Ladder" (1996), "21st Century
Modernism" (2002), and "Unoriginal Genius" (2011), while "The Edge of
Irony" (2016) enlarges on the theme of her 2004 memoir "The Vienna
Paradox". "Circling the Canon: The Collected Book Reviews of Marjorie
Perloff, 1969-2016" has been published in two volumes by the University
of New Mexico Press in 2019, and her most recent book is "Infrathin: An
Experiment in Micropoetics".

Julia Scott is director of the Brain and Memory Care Lab at Santa Clara
University. The research program partners with external
stakeholders--companies, clinicians, community organizations--to
co-design healthcare innovation projects for numerous disciplines, from
public health to engineering. The primary technologies engaged are in
non-invasive brain sensing and stimulation in application to cognitive
decline or impairment and neurobehavioral conditions. Successful
integration of EEG derived signals into virtual reality (VR) experiences
has seeded ongoing development of VR biofeedback applications that
enhance the sense of presence and train self-regulatory skills.

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The Leonardo/ISAST LASERs are a program of international gatherings that bring artists, scientists, humanists and technologists together for informal presentations, performances and conversations with the wider public. The mission of the LASERs is to encourage contribution to the cultural environment of a region by fostering interdisciplinary dialogue and opportunities for community building to over 40 cities around the world. To learn more about how our LASER Hosts and to visit a LASER near you please visit our website@lasertalks

When
September 21st, 2022 6:30 PM through  8:00 PM
Location
Stanford University
Online / Palo Alto, CA 94305-5101
United States
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