Take a walk through 220 Crosby Hall and you'll enter Pluvious, a responsive environment that evokes the childhood sensation of playing in the rain. The installation, generated from a graduate architecture studio in situated technologies, integrates sound, light and motion with sensing technology to investigate questions of spatial contingency and the limits of predictability through an interactive, multisensory experience. It is on view from 5-8 p.m. Dec. 10, 12 and 14. Photos: Douglas Levere
A Roll Call article about a new New Jersey law that clarifies that a candidate for one of the state’s U.S. Senate or House seats can also run in presidential primaries interviews James Gardner, professor of law.
An article in TIME Magazine about new federal physical-activity guidelines that show that even light activities like walking and housework can improve an individual’s health interviews UB researcher Michael LaMonte.