Bank Street BIA’s app project augments the reality of exploring downtown murals
Beyond the Art – Augmented Digital Experience allows Ottawans to explore Bank Streets arts and culture while learning about its murals and interacting with them.
Witches, lovers of occult set to gather on Halloween for Ottawa’s first Mystic Market
The first mystic market, selling oddities and mystical objects, is happening in Ottawa on Halloween.
‘The wardrobe of the metaverse’: Digital clothing could be the future of the fashion industry
In the new age of face and body filters, clothing may be next to dominate the virtual world.
Monitoring monarchs: New technique may contribute to conserving key breeding grounds in southern Ontario
Megan Reich travelled nearly 20,000 km collecting milkweed samples across the U.S. and Canada. Now Megan and her research team could contribute to saving the longest insect migration in North America.
Lansdowne offers pop-up space to Indigenous-owned, mother-daughter café and art shop
An Indigenous mother-daughter team will soon open a cafe and art shop in a pop-up space at Lansdowne Park. Capital Current talked to the owners of Beandigen Café.
Explainer: Brain-machine interfacing could change the way we interact with the world and with ourselves
Capital Current explains what brain-machine interfacing is and how it could change the way we interact with the world
First Person: Comparing daily interactions with technology in Canada and China
Capital Current compares the differences in daily interactions with technology in Canadian and Chinese societies.
A Toronto-based group find freedom and friendship on their e-rides
Toronto E-Riders find freedom and friendship online and on the streets.
Augmenting our reality: Ottawa ARt City is virtually painting the town
Ottawa ARt City is a digital visual arts festival that uses a locally developed app called Hidelight to allow people to see the artworks without entering galleries.
Pandemic passion: Freedom Boat Club sees spike in memberships as Ottawans look local this summer
A boat club company is seeing increased interest and new members because of COVID-19 restrictions on travel for its two operations in Ottawa.
Capturing carbon: West Carleton high school grad hopes to use seawater to slow climate crisis
A recent graduate from West Carleton Secondary School has big plans for his project to remove carbon dioxide from the air and the oceans.
With a smile? Step 3 of reopening in Ontario is angst ridden for servers
As Ontario enters Step 3 of reopening, servers in restaurants will be facing customers indoors for the first time in months. It’s a bit scary.