The Human Media Lab is one of Canada's premier media laboratories. Its mandate is to develop disruptive technologies and new ways of working with computers that are viable 10 to 20 years from now. We are currently working on the design of Organic User Interfaces (Oui!), an exciting new paradigm that allows computers to have any shape or form.
Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab to unveil MorePhone at Paris conference
Researchers at Queen’s University’s Human Media Lab have developed a new smartphone – called MorePhone – which can morph its shape to give users a silent yet visual cue of an incoming phone call, text message or email.
Revolutionary paper tablet computer reveals future tablets to be thin and flexible as sheets of paper
Intel®, Plastic Logic and Queen’s University work together to revolutionize tablet computing
Cambridge, UK and Kingston, Canada - January 7, 2013– Watch out tablet lovers – a flexible paper computer developed at Queen’s University in collaboration with Plastic Logic and Intel Labs will revolutionize the way people work with tablets and computers.
Exactly what we need.
QUEEN’S OPENS THE FIRST EVER ”BOUTIQUE” LABORATORY DESIGNED BY AWARD-WINNING GLOBAL DESIGNER KARIM RASHID
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May 1, 2012 - KINGSTON A new futuristic Human Media Lab, designed to inspire students through a creative and flexible workplace environment, opens next week, May 12, 2012. The lab serves as one big interactive playground, allowing students to hack and experiment with the architecture and space as a user interface.