Social, environmental, political, and economic issues require progressive, technological, and constant solutions. The city and the urban territory reflect all of these challenges in a close and concrete microcosm.
Technology is playing a major role in the digital transformation of popular pastimes. Improved personalization, added efficiency, and revenue increase have arisen due to the convergence of the physical and digital worlds through the IoT (Internet of Things) and AR (Augmented Reality), which is therefore helping the game thrive.
Digital heritage is becoming an increasingly attractive dimensión for museums because it provides audiences with ground-breaking and memorable experiences. Innovative exhibition designs and technologies bolster the creation of new spaces and solutions that conserve and promote cultural heritage, and e-REAL is at the Forefront of this movement.
Digitalization is the generic term for the digital transformation of society and the economy; it describes the transition from an industrial age characterized by analogue technologies to an age of knowledge and creativity characterized by digital technologies and digital business innovation.
How can we help essential medical workers learn remotely? Check out this interview to see how Fernando Salvetti and Barbara Bertagni are integrating the latest trends from digitalization, virtualization and artificial intelligence to build powerful solutions for medical simulation, jointly with the experts from the Center for Medical Simulation in Boston.
Even the best-intentioned people cannot fully understand what life is like for autistic individuals when it is described only in words. Last year, an art installation at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London sought to recreate how autistic people perceive the world. The project’s creator, Matt Clark, has a severely autistic 15-year-old son. He decided to build Beholder so others could see the world through his son’s eyes.
Due to the raging COVID-19 epidemic, museums are facing vital challenges in their existence and development. These challenges include preserving and promoting cultural heritage values, and being able to remain engaged with the public; this requires museums to adapt to the times, thus changing their current ways of displaying and applying exhibits in order to attract visitors.
Two e-REAL systems are installed at the Polytechnic School of Milan within the EDME (Environmental Design and Multisensory Experience) Interdepartmental Laboratory of the Design Department, directed by Prof. Mario Bisson.
COVID-19 has brought to light the need to rethink and innovate healthcare models. Telemedicine provides remote assistance, especially for chronic patients, those who need constant monitoring of their state of health, and those who receive specific indications from their doctor.
Their ability to traverse traditional organizational boundaries and time constraints, and. Their preponderant reliance on communication technologies to communicate with each other.. Virtual teaming has been associated with a number of important benefits and advantages.
Society 5.0 first appeared in the Fifth Science and Technology Basic Plan—a five-year national strategy formulated by the Council for Science, Technology, and Innovation (CSTI), adopted by the Japanese Cabinet in January 2016. In short, Society 5.0 is a future society that Japan should aspire to be. The main idea of this concept is to create a “Super Smart Society” that improves the economic system and raises the quality of life of each citizen. A key word, not by chance, is inclusiveness.
Sharing and mixing up the latest trends from neurosciences, artificial intelligence, and advanced simulation allows us to establish a new paradigm for education and training. A landmark event was possible thanks to Stefano Gustincich, Deputy Director for Technologies for Life Science at the Italian Institute of Technology in Genoa and Full Professor in Applied Biology at SISSA Trieste, and to Marco Monga, the IIT’s HR Director—in cooperation with Daniela Persano, President of AIDP Liguria which is the regional chapter of the HR Directors Society of Italy.
Are you ready for the 4.0 revolution? How to improve the way that science, technology, engineering and math, as well as the arts and the humanities are taught and learned? What are you doing as an educator to grasp the 4.0 revolution? Advanced simulation, immersive experiences and artificial intelligence, flipped classrooms, mentoring and coaching in the age of digital revolution. This is Learning 4.0, our latest book!
July 2018, Milan, Polytechnic School. For the first time in Italy, a graduation thesis was defended within an e-REAL Lab.
Experience an exciting gondola ride in Venice and the Canaletto’s masterpieces of arts. Fly like an eagle on the Italian Dolomites mountains and land within the Science Museum in Trento.
Basic life support and defibrillation training made easy and effective by augmented reality and holograms!
Leading for the Future is an innovative package of leadership and management development which has been designed specifically for people in senior leadership positions within a corporation headquartered in Western Europe.
Improving teamwork and crisis resource management for Labor and Delivery clinicians is a very relevant goal. Brain activity from thoughts, visualization, evocation of memories and emotions should be able to contribute to the learning process, mainly during the early stage of a simulation based program.
What today we know about learning from cognitive psychology is that people learn by practicing, with feedback to tell them what they’re doing right and wrong and how to get better.