An UdeM computer scientist and his PhD student have developed a tool for animators to use bitmap sketches to control how a character stands and moves in three dimensions.
In a series of listening experiments, an UdeM postdoc finds that having lyrics in a song—or even meaningless syllables that change—makes it more difficult to hear when the singer’s not in key.
Botanist Anna Atkins was the first person in the world to publish a book illustrated with photographs. A precious copy of the volume is in UdeM’s rare books collection.
Odibi: voyage dans l’histoire Anishinaabe de Lac Simon tells the story of the Anishinaabeg of Lac Simon in graphic-novel form for the first time.
An artist and UdeM doctoral student in music explores how emotional and physical responses and feminist theory can be translated into musical composition.
An ethnologist and a political scientist at UdeM organize a workshop with a distinguished international group of opera directors.
Michaël Marsset, who has a Ph.D. from UdeM in physics, was hired to play Professor Mindy’s hand in the Hollywood disaster satire, now on Netflix.
Ana Sokolović, composition teacher and major international figure in contemporary music, is the new Canada Research Chair in Opera Creation.
When baby 'Neve' died 10,000 years ago, she was accorded a proper burial recognizing her as a full person, archeologists on a dig in Italy find.
Researchers at UdeM's CinéMédias laboratory are trying to measure the therapeutic value of using movies and film clips to help children develop, adults sleep better and seniors deal with dementia.