Research Gallery: Pilot 1. "The mi.mu gloves"

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This exhibition, the first in a series of research gallery productions, introduces two new professors in the College of Arts and Humanities, Professor Kelly Snook and Professor David Cotterrell, through their current work. "The mi.mu gloves" exhibited the research work-in-progress on the hardware development, software development, and future testing of the next generation mi.mu gloves system design.

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Research output: Non-textual formExhibition

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