The goal of the “Lives of Things” project is to create new interactive displays and hybrid digital/physical exhibition platforms that reconstruct thelocation, color, and meaning of works of art in the collections of the Nasher Museum of Art.
The project, now part of the Nasher museum’s permanent exhibit, allows users to digitally recolor medieval sculpture using mobile and projection technologies. It provides a fun and interactive platform to visually recreate historical museum objects.
We are a team of child psychiatrists, psychologists, pediatricians, engineers and computer scientists at Duke University. We work together to create new ways to support parents and young children's healthy development.
Autism & Beyond is a groundbreaking new study of childhood mental health powered by Apple’s ResearchKit. The study aims to test new video technology that can analyze a child’s emotion and behavior. We hope that this technology may one day be used to screen young children in their homes for autism and mental health challenges, such as anxiety or tantrums. We want parents to have tools that will help them understand their children and find help if they need it.