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Since 2001, the Academic Technologies team has completed over 150 projects with Cornell faculty. Please explore the project summaries and see how a wide range of technologies were used to address teaching and learning challenges.

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Architecture, Art and Planning


Adaptive Component Systems

Dana Cupkova

Enhancing building systems through discreet energy harvesting and parametric design: From prefabrication to operative sustainability.


Online Database of South Asian Architecture and Landscape

Bonnie MacDougall

A previously uncatalogued and inaccessible treasure-trove of unique photographs of relatively unknown buildings was made widely available online.


Fabrication Technology Program

Paul Andersen

Intensive, studio-based course and lab where students can explore emerging fabrication technologies and their potential applications in architecture.


CAVE Technology in Teaching Architecture and Urban Design

Henry Richardson

Experimenting with a CAVE (immersive virtual environment) for developing and presenting design projects in an architecture course.

Faculty Advisory Board on Information Technologies (FABIT)



Exposure to new ideas, perspectives and tools for digital media while using the Internet for expression - an exploration of "telepresence."

Media Arts Studio I

David Borden and John Zissovici and Marilyn Rivchin

Collaborative, interdisciplinary exploration of digital electronic performance from the perspectives of art, architecture, music, film, dance and video.

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