Shaping the Human-Technology Frontier

Shaping the Human Technology Frontier

IPaT is shaping the human technology frontier by augmenting human capabilities at every level. We're exploring new ideas in user experiences that foster creativity, stimulate learning and enable productive collaboration. Through this initiative, we're researching and developing novel wearable computing, assistive, augmented reality, and gaming technologies.

Featured Centers and Labs

App Lab
The App Lab is a “hackerspace” devoted to the creation of mobile applications and technologies across a range of platforms. Open to any Georgia Tech student interested in using its...
Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies
The Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT) fosters the development of interdisciplinary Internet of Things (IoT) research and education that bridges...
Everyday Computing Lab
The Everyday Computing Lab introduces a new area of interaction research, everyday computing, by focusing on scaling ubiquitous computing with respect to time. The lab’s motivations for...
GVU Center
The GVU Center inspires and enables interdisciplinary research in people-centered computing technology, creating new innovations for society. In this era of rapid technological change, the GVU Center...
Interactive Media Technology Center
The Interactive Media Technology Center (IMTC) is a research, design, and development center focusing on technology, education, culture, and health. IMTC's mission is to enable...
Participatory Publics Lab
PPL is a group of researchers, students, and community members working to define Digital Civics. The lab is focused on integrating design, technology, and public engagement to create the cities and...
The Georgia Tech Research Network Operations Center (GT-RNOC) exists to accelerate innovation in networking, computing, mobility and convergence by enabling communities of collaboration. GT-RNOC...
Sports Research Innovation and Technology Program (SPRINT)
Georgia Tech’s SPRINT program has access to a wealth of Georgia Tech resources. Georgia Tech conducts a wide range of research within the schools and colleges on campus.
Wearable Computing Center
The Wearable Computing Center (WCC) is an academic research center that also serves as industry research and development. The center is focused is on providing international thought leadership at the...
Work Science Center
The Work Science Center promotes the psychological study of people and work in the 21st century.  The Center leverages knowledge from psychological sciences and allied disciplines to promote...

Featured Projects

Augmented Reality Job Training
Researchers: Jiten Chhabra, Research Scientist, Interactive Media Technology Center Maribeth Gandy Coleman, Director, Interactive Media Technology Center Laura Levy, Research Scientist, Interactive...
Combating Human Trafficking Through Technology
Researchers: Amy Bruckman, Julia Deeb-Swihart, Alex Endert and Amy Bruckman, School of Interactive Computing A first-of-its-kind study from Georgia Tech examines the role of technology in law...
Digital Drawer: A Crowd-Sourced, Curated, Digital Archive Preserving History and Memory
Researcher: Scott Robertson, Research Scientist and Associate Director, Interactive Media Technology Center The Institute for People and Technology (IPaT) received an $86,000 grant from the ...

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