Carleton’s Immersive Media Studio to Demonstrate Innovative Work in Architectural Rehabilitation

The Carleton Immersive Media Studio (CIMS) will be performing live demonstrations of various aspects of the studio’s innovative work as part of the Parliament Hill renovations. The demonstrations will take place over the course of three days throughout the summer.

When: Wednesday, July 19, July 26 and August 9, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Where: Welcome Kiosk Plaza, 90 Wellington, Ottawa

Media are invited to attend the events.

CIMS graduate students will provide the live demonstrations. The schedule includes presentations on the following topics:

  • July 19 – James Hayes and Marie-Ève Lavigne on Digitally Assisted Fabrication
  • July 26 – Martine Gallant and Lara Chow on Building Information Modelling
  • August 9 – Katie Graham and Charline Ouellet on Digital Storytelling

About CIMS

CIMS develops tools and techniques to transform data into tangible and meaningful artifacts that impact the way people see, think and work in the world. Over the past decade, CIMS has built an international reputation by collaborating with public, private and not-for-profit partners on a diverse portfolio of projects that demonstrate the potential of new and emerging digital technologies for architectural rehabilitation and heritage conservation. Affiliated with Carleton’s Azrieli School of Architecture and Urbanism and unique among university research centres in Canada, CIMS is dedicated to the education of the next generation of heritage professionals.

Media Contact

Steven Reid
Media Relations Officer
Carleton University
613-520-2600, ext. 8718

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