TRANSMIXR, a Horizon Europe project led by the Technological University of the Shannon (TUS), recently held their third general assembly for project partners. The event was hosted by the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity College Dublin this year. Project partners gathered on the 7th and 8th of November for a fantastic event which hosted some insightful discussions on innovative approaches to the future of XR. TRANSMIXR is a three-year project led by Dr Niall Murray of TUS and investigator in the ADAPT Centre. The project will develop tools using AI and XR for the creative and cultural sectors of news media and broadcasting, performance and tourism.
Day one of the event showcased the significant progress the project has made over the last year and included a range of breakout design sessions where deep dive discussions took place on the various TRANSMIXR use cases.
Day two of the event saw attendees discussing the results of workshops on end-users needs for the three project use cases and additional development.
The TRANSMIXR consortium includes twenty two organisations from twelve European countries holding advanced and complementary expertise and skill sets in European research, media and innovation programs, as well as in-depth knowledge of AI and XR and their application to the media sector.
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