Bachelor's degree in media technology educates students who will serve as a hub between the different specialized directions we find in the media and informatics. Students will be able to know enough about design, software development, programming, nettworks, media production, marketing, media technology and content production to be the link between the various directions and also be able to specialize in whole or in part in one or more directions.
A study that covers as broad, but still as concrete is difficult to profile. When someone asks what you can get at the end of study, it is not always easy to relate to answer "what ever you like". The program is therefore now through a revision. The existing profile is made clearer and the focus is placed on the subject area web development and mobile applications. The field of study is still developing rapidly and there is a crying need for people to work up and / or within this field.
Ian Gonzales is writing his master thesis on fall detection using mobile phones. The main goal of his project is to create an application for mobile devices that will detect when a person falls down.
In 26th and 27th of April the Norwegian Color Research Laboratory organized a Color Workshop at HiG on the topic of Recent Trends in Color Imaging . The Workshop highlighted recent trends in Color Imaging, such as Image Restoration, Forensics, Watermarking, Bio-informatics and signal processing and some of the current project works undertaken within the Colorlab.
Brain training can help you to boost overall mental power and performance. Videogames can further help you to train your brain and become a more focused and engaged person. This is what master student Hanne Karlsen wants to prove in her research.