Dr. Sherri Harms
UNK Department of Computer Science and Information Systems, 308-865-8123

A motion-sensing Nerf turret, electronics built into clothing and augmented reality air hockey will be a few of the featured exhibits at the Interactive and Generative Art Exhibition next Tuesday (May 3) at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.

“This exhibition is a diverse showcase of unique projects completed this semester by CSIS students,” said Dr. Sherri Harms, chair and professor of the UNK Department of Computer Science and Information Systems.

“Each exhibit will be interactive and will include information about how to make the project yourself,” Dr. Harms said.

The exhibit, which is free and open to the public, will take place beginning at 6 p.m. in the Nebraskan Student Union, Rooms A and B. The UNK Department of Computer Science and Information Systems is known for the use of mobile apps, gaming, robotics and team projects, and for the successful placement of their graduates, according to Dr. Harms.

UNK students who will be exhibiting their projects are listed below, alphabetically by hometown:

Amherst– Tyler Adelung;
Columbus– Tyler McConville
Cozad– Ryan Levell
Elm Creek– Garrett Kearney
Gering– Patrick Mooney
Grand Island– Jennifer Dieckhoff and Joshua Wilson
Kearney– Paden Hogeland, Jason Webb and Adam Zheng
North Platte– Scott Tallmage II