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The Center for Research in Engineering, Media and Performance (REMAP) is a joint effort of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science.

UCLA REMAP bridges the world-class faculty and students of TFT and HSSEAS to explore new enriching cultural forms and empowering social situations enabled by the thoughtful interweaving of engineering, the arts and community development.

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Research

Interpretive Media Laboratory

Interpretive Media Laboratory

The Interpretive Media Laboratory is a collaboration between UCLA REMAP and California State Parks started in 2011.  The program builds on a six year history of dialogue and experimentation in the Remapping LA project.  It seeks to conceive and prototype innovative approaches to interpretive technol...

Out the Window

Out the Window

Out the Window is an innovative initiative that involves youth and community-based artists in writing and producing impactful videos and location-based banner images about their lives and neighborhoods for closed-circuit broadcast on the LA Metro bus system. The program was implemented in 2010-11 wit...

Interactive Digital Mural at The Los Angeles State Historic Park

Interactive Digital Mural at The Los Angeles State Historic Park

Funded through an NSF EAGER grant from the Cyberlearning program, our 2012-13 interactive digital mural project furthered the Interpretive Media Laboratory partnership between UCLA REMAP and California State Parks while incorporating research in the learning sciences.

The project aimed to create a prot...

Future Internet Architecture: Named Data Networking

Future Internet Architecture: Named Data Networking

REMAP's Jeff Burke is Co-PI and application team lead for the Named Data Networking project, a multiple-institution collaboration supported by NSF under the leadership of UCLA Computer Science and PARC. REMAP's project team includes Alessandro Marianantoni, Alex Horn, Derek Kulinski, and Gauresh Ran...

OpenPTrack

OpenPTrack
An open source software project led by UCLA REMAP and Open Perception,  OpenPTrack is creating a scalable, multi-camera solution for person tracking to support applications in education, art, and culture.

Robust person tracking with the stability and responsiveness necessary to drive interactive applic...

Grace Plains

Grace Plains
GRACE PLAINS combined
interactive theatre with live-action role-playing. As one of two productions resulting from TFT's participation in Google's Glass Creative Collective and the corresponding two-semester course, Location-Based and Audience-Aware Storytelling , audience participants were led along a co...

Gone with the Wind Remixed

Gone with the Wind Remixed

REMAP provided technical and production support for the development and staging of original multimedia performance pieces inspired by the critical examination of Gone with the Wind . Students, collaborating with REMAP's Jeff Burke and four-time Emmy-winning composer & visiting faculty member Laura...

Bodies for a Global Brain

Bodies for a Global Brain
The pilot episode of BODIES FOR A GLOBAL BRAIN was one of two productions resulting from TFT's participation in Google's Glass Creative Collective and the corresponding two-semester course,  Location-Based and Audience-Aware Storytelling , taught by REMAP's Jeff Burke.  A web series written by graduate...

Education

Location-Based and Audience-Aware Storytelling

Location-Based and Audience-Aware Storytelling

Fall 2013 / Winter 2014
Instructor: Jeff Burke
Theater 298A / Film, Television & Digital Media 298A

This two-semester workshop-seminar guided students to conceptualize, author, produce and distribute "next generation" experiences. Through a collaboration with Google, Glass was used as a primary tec...

Site, Set, and Media: Puppeted Architecture

Site, Set, and Media: Puppeted Architecture

Fall 2010 / Winter 2011
Instructors: Dana Cuff, Jason Payne, Jeff Burke
Architecture and Urban Design 289.1

This two-quarter course explored the theory and manifestations of the design of physically malleable scenery that is site-specific and incorporates projected digital media. The students’ final co...

NUS-MDA SHAPE (Singapore)

NUS-MDA SHAPE (Singapore)

In the interest of bringing fresh perspectives and fostering international relationships, REMAP have hosted interns from Singapore since 2005. Funded by the Singapore Media Development Authority, these interns are top tertiary students and professionals from the digital media field in Singapore. The...

Non-Fiction/Digital Media Showcase

Non-Fiction/Digital Media Showcase REMAP researchers and artists collaborated with students to create five interactive, mixed media non-fiction pieces which premiered at the 23rd annual UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television Film Festival.

UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television Film Festival, June 2014.


REMAP/RITL Workshop for Digital Media, Theatre and Design

REMAP/RITL Workshop for Digital Media, Theatre and Design

The REMAP/RITL Workshop for Digital Media, Theatre and Design explored how emerging technologies, materials, and media practices can provide new theatrical languages for designers, directors and other theatre-makers.

Formello, Rome, Italy, June 24 to July 8, 2012.

Partnerships

Graduate School of Education and Information Studies

Graduate School of Education and Information Studies

REMAP partners with faculty from GSEIS and UCLA Lab School on collaborative research projects, workshops, and courses. Projects include Science Through Technology Enhanced Play ( STEP ) .

Site: gseis.ucla.edu

cheLA

cheLA

cheLA is the successful result of an innovative collaboration between the Program On Digital Cultures, UCLA REMAP and Fundación ExACTa of Argentina. The Center is dedicated to research and experimentation regarding converging forms of art, science and technology and their significance and impact for...

Italian Ministry of Youth Policy

Italian Ministry of Youth Policy

In 2012, through a program sponsored by the Italian Ministry of Youth Policy, REMAP and TFT hosted 25 top students from Italy working at the intersection of visual language and technology, including screenwriting, cinematography, set design, video direction, post production, and computer science.

Los...