Technology has forever altered the practice of architecture, but architects will always need a deep human connection with their clients to make projects successful. That was the word Thursday night from John A. Vitale, president of Royal Oak-based Stucky Vitale Architects, as he received the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award from Lawrence Technological University’s College of Architecture and Design.
At a time when technology is all too often used to divide and exclude, who is using technology to unite and empower? Lawrence Technological University will explore the topic and provide positive examples in “Inclusive Technology: Seeking to Do Good” in the annual President’s Symposium Series.
From immersive virtual reality (VR) caves to head-mounted devices (HMDs) to augmented reality (AR) headsets and more, a Sept. 7 program at Lawrence Technological University will give attendees a chance to learn about these new tools in a relaxed environment and discover the positive impact they may have on the way business gets done.
A Ford Motor Co. executive told Lawrence Technological University’s incoming first-year students Friday that when it comes to their higher education, “It’s the right time, you’re the right people, and you’re in the right city.”
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