In the Digital Futures program, students create the technologies that shape the way we live, work, and play. Students develop games, wearable technology, mobile apps, VR, interactive installations, and augmented reality. Students learn how these new technologies can solve problems, deal with contemporary issues, and create future possibilities.
“The ever-growing fast-paced day to day activity of urban living contributes to higher rates of stress. Using an iterative design methodology, I designed Retreet, a platform dedicated to Toronto users that offers city like trails as a way to connect... More”
“My thesis explores the intergenerational and cultural gap existent within immigrant parents and their children through textiles, projection mapping, speculative fiction and dance. With my mother’s sewing machine, I carefully fabricated a hanbok... More”