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Media Platforms

Media Platforms

Media Platforms (COMU3110) explores how media platforms are comprised of data-processing infrastructure, algorithms, interfaces and mobile devices. It critically examines the engineering projects of media platforms in simulation, surveillance, sensing, machine learning, artificial intelligence and augmented reality. The course explores how media organisations engineer and experiment with our social lives, ... Read More

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The Jaipur Commute

The Jaipur Commute

Lucy Ratz

The road to Jaipur is a crazy ride-like attraction for tourists but for Jaipur locals this is their everyday commute. ... Read More

Jaipur Tourism Boom

Jaipur Tourism Boom

Grace Whiteside

Jaipur is thriving. The capital of Rajasthan is fast-paced and filled with bustling locals and in the last few years, ... Read More

Mirror mirror on the wall: the Sheesh Mahal is the fairest of them all

Mirror mirror on the wall: the Sheesh Mahal is the fairest of them all

Nazlee Salami

In the 16th century, the general of Akbar, Maan Singh, built a fort around a city which he later ruled. ... Read More

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The Rise of Malaria in Australia Explained

The Rise of Malaria in Australia Explained

Will Atkins

Malaria in Australia Between 1991 and 2014, cases of malaria in Australia declined. But according to data from the NNDSS, the National Notifiable Diseases Surveillance ... Read More

UQ Brisbane Women’s Premier League (BWPL) Reserves vs Taringa Rovers

UQ Brisbane Women’s Premier League (BWPL) Reserves vs Taringa Rovers

Analiese Stitt

The University of Queensland Brisbane Women’s Premier League (BWPL) Reserves hosted the Taringa Rovers in the sixth round of the Women’s Premier League season this ... Read More

“Don’t Risk it” Mathias Cormann criticises Labor on national security

“Don’t Risk it” Mathias Cormann criticises Labor on national security

Matthew Johnson

On the last sitting day of parliament for the year, senators discussed a Home Affairs legislation amendment. Whilst discussing the amendment, Liberal Party Senator Mathias ... Read More

Election breach declared in student referendum

Election breach declared in student referendum

Matthew Johnson

Between the 12th and 16th  November this year the student union at the University of Queensland held a referendum regarding the process for changing the ... Read More

Buskers of Brisbane

Buskers of Brisbane

Chelsea Clark

A multimedia project by Chelsea Clark & Nibir Khan showcasing the stories of the performers that bring Brisbane to life. Click here to meet the ... Read More

Former PM Abbott concerned over decline of prayer, rise of acknowledgement of country

Former PM Abbott concerned over decline of prayer, rise of acknowledgement of country

Ana Vujanic

Former Prime Minister Tony Abbott believes Christian prayer should have as great a role in public ceremonies as “Acknowledgement of Country” protocols. Acknowledgement of Country ... Read More

Hedda Project cements itself as indispensable experience for students

Hedda Project cements itself as indispensable experience for students

Matthew Johnson

The Hedda Project was one of the strands that made up the inaugural Vanguard Theatre Festival, from October 24th to October 26th this year at ... Read More

Australia and earthquakes

Australia and earthquakes

Anne Crosby

At least 555 people were killed in a 6.9 magnitude earthquake on the island of Lombok, Indonesia on August 5, 2018 in a devastating disaster ... Read More

That’s a wrap! Curtains close on inaugural Vanguard Festival

That’s a wrap! Curtains close on inaugural Vanguard Festival

Matthew Johnson

https://vimeo.com/299996835 For three consecutive nights The University of Queensland’s Geoffrey Rush Drama Studio played host to a sold out Vanguard Theatre Festival. It was a ... Read More

The Life of a ‘Street Child’

The Life of a ‘Street Child’

Julia Enchelmaier

A child’s life can be very different in a place like Jaipur compared to Australia. Join me as I explore the life of a ‘street ... Read More