Welcome to the Advanced Man Machine Interface (AMMI) Laboratory

Our laboratory’s research activity centers on the development of new man-machine interfaces that allow computer systems to enhance human abilities by adapting to their needs. We currently have many research projects underway that explore computational simulation, biomedical applications, and visualizations from the end-user perspective. Please explore this website to find out more about our laboratory, our team, and our research.


In 2015 AMMI Lab Was Hosting the CAC 2015 Conference Workshop in Edmonton

Through lectures, case studies, demonstrations and hands-on activities, this workshop provides an introduction to 3D scanning technology and the range of rapid-prototyping solutions currently available for conservators to use in condition reporting, reproduction, mount-making, or to completing virtual restorations. Participants will learn about new developments in the field of 3D scanning, be able to determine

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