Jesse Wilson is an example of how art is evolving in the digital age. Not only does he use his degree in computer sciences for his IT work at UNB, but he freelances as a graphic designer, not only for the UNB Student Union, but more recently for high level gaming competitions, like Evo in […]
Virtual peace of mind
Walking with dinosaurs, flying through space and even psychological treatments. Danielle Elliott takes a trip into the past, present and future of Virtual Reality. What we can realistically expect of this emerging technology? Will it isolate us from humanity or save us from ourselves? Which do we take, the red pill or the blue pill? […]
What nightmares are made of…
We are attracted to true crime, but we are embodied by fears far more primordial
Heading to the high ground
A Liberal Senate forum in late February signified the Trudeau government taking its first tentative steps down the road to legalization. Yet, if anything, the hearings demonstrated gaps in research and philosophical divides in regulatory approach that the country needs to consider as it contemplates a homegrown solution.