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A woman dressed in traditional Emirati clothing stands at the center of a volumetric capture studio stage

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Sharing History & Heritage Through a New Medium

The American University of Sharjah project bringing the past to life
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white version of Rodin's The Thinker wearing a VR headset and dissolving into pixels

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Dr. Pietroszek Delivers Talk At TAI

Introducing students to volumetric storytelling worldwide
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Gloved hand holds cardboard sign reading "We are all immigrants"

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AU’s Immigration Lab: Researching “All Things Migration”

Lab established to conduct research, inform policymakers, and correct misperceptions about immigrants and immigration
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The Institute's Volumetric Capture Studio

Creating holograms and immersive experiences at AU
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Three cameras in a white case mounted on a tripod, facing the viewer

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The Institute's Volumetric Capture Studio

Creating holograms and immersive experiences at AU
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Three cameras in a white case mounted on a tripod, facing the viewer

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The Institute's Volumetric Capture Studio

Creating holograms and immersive experiences at AU
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Three cameras in a white case mounted on a tripod, facing the viewer

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The Institute's Volumetric Capture Studio

Creating holograms and immersive experiences at AU
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Three wind turbines on a grassy field.

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SPA Professor Examines Windfalls for Local Economies

New studies demonstrate positive impact of wind turbines on county finances and economic development.
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Mia Owens

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“Slavery and Its Legacies” Fellow Mia Owens Develops Antiracist Research Tool

Owens (CAS/MA ’22) developed key resource to help students research racial histories of AU and DC
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New Study by SOC Researchers Explores How Civic Engagement is Portrayed on Television

The study examines how voting, civic engagement, and leadership are portrayed in leading television programming in the U.S.
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