GVU Center Celebrates 25 Years of Imagining and Inventing the Future
The GVU Center recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, recognizing the people and the work they do, and setting new goals for advancing the human condition through technological innovation.
The GVU Center was founded to advance key research for computer interfaces and how they related to graphics, visualization, and usability (GVU).
Several College of Design units partner with GVU, including the School of Industrial Design, the Center for Assistive Technology and Environmental Access (CATEA), the Center for Music Technology. And the Light Orchard, created by the School of ID's Interactive Product Design Lab, was featured prominently in some of GVU's coverage.
GVU focuses on 23 core research areas as well as other domains that are being advanced by computing. The Center brings together teams from across Georgia Tech that are able to envision and prototype technology innovations that help to improve communities and conditions for human development.
Computing technology is at the center of everyday living in many parts of the world, a fact that has fundamentally changed our relationship with technology and one that GVU has embraced.