Find more SearchCutting from a new cloth with Zoran Dobric More About Zoran DobricFor more information about this or any of our projects, please connect with us. PartnerZoran DobricPrincipal-investigatorMarysol KimCentreDesign [...]
Lisanne Skeoch has a vision for jewellery and wearables in our future that is both functional and fashionable. She went outside her comfort zone as a first time researcher at George Brown College and created something with her team that is new, innovative, fun and useful. Her premier research assignment at George Brown was working with RoweBots, testing and developing modular technology for smart jewellery.
George Brown College is collaborating with Inventing Future Technologies Inc. (IFTech) to undertake garment design and prototyping for their As Real as it Gets (ARAIG) haptic response vest system for gaming and simulation training applications. The ARAIG vest uses vibration and muscle stimulation devices, and a speaker system to enhance immersive simulations.
Ocorant Inc. and Ross + Doell Industrial Design & Brand Development, have partnered with George Brown College to further the development of a heart monitoring device that improves upon current FDA-approved heart monitors
Saint Elizabeth is a not-for-profit and charitable health services provider with a team of more than 7,000 nurses, rehabilitation therapists, personal support workers and crisis intervention staff who deliver over six million home health care visits annually. While the new uniform requirement policy was meant to improve branding and client experience, there were challenges to making sure the uniforms would be accepted by front line staff.