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Would you guess feel more inclined to learn in a museum environment if Darth Vader was your tour guide? I would! Check out this interesting tablet app to learn more about it. 

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Some of you may remember Ying Gao (http://yinggao.ca/eng/interactifs/projets-interactifs/) from our Wearables presentation as an example of digital fashion. She has an exhibit opening next month at the Textile Museum here in Toronto!

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University of Washington, in conjunction with Mahlum Architects, has developed a digital mind-map tool to better understand how students navigate and use campus.  They'll use this data to help develop campus planning strategies and architectural projects moving forward.

http://depts.washington.edu/myplaces/

Click around, but please don't submit.  It's still live and collecting data.

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Hot off the presses! +mike tissenbaum writes about wearable technologies to enable facilitate teacher orchestration. Worth a read!!

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This weekend Jane's Walk will be hosting a really interesting workshop on digital co-creation and the city, with guest speakers:

Bianca Wiley, from the Canadian Open Data Institute and Swerhun Consulting

Elena Yusunov from Communicable Agency, who organised the Toronto Mini Maker Faire

Anisa Mirza, CEO of giveffect.org.  Check her out here:  http://vimeo.com/85963063

Sagan Yee, The Hand Eye Society

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Awesome extension/augmenting to human body with prosthetics 

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This is just freaking awesome! Toronto needs it! http://www.ted.com/talks/janet_echelman

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Free app for 'simple' modelling of 3D printable objects.  

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