Gabby Resch PhD Candidate

Gabby Resch is a PhD Candidate at the Faculty of Information. He studies objects that move between material and digital worlds, particularly ones that are interpreted in both 2D and 3D contexts. He works in the Critical Making Lab.

News & Updates

Critical Making Lab part of "Made in Toronto" Exhibit at Victoria College by Amy Ratelle

Posted on Apr 20th, 2016

April 2016 to March 2017

The Critical Making Lab at Semaphore is pleased to be included as part of “Made in Toronto.” Hosted by the Institute for the…

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Featured Project: Making Sense by Amy Ratelle

Posted on Apr 14th, 2016

In many museums, guests are repeatedly warned to not touch the displays, as this could damage or degrade the exhibits. While this does keep the…

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Footwear Futures: What Will You Make? by Amy Ratelle

Posted on Mar 28th, 2015

Free 3D printing workshop for kids ages 9-13 at Bata Shoe Museum

April 18th, 19th, 25th or 26th

Learn how to 3D print! Join us at the Bata Shoe Museum for a workshop bringing ideas about…

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Semaphore Researchers Partner with ROM for Wildlife Photography Exhibit by Amy Ratelle

Posted on Jan 28th, 2015

Turning 2D photos into 3D models

Researchers at the Faculty of Information are experimenting with 3D design and printing to create interactive museum artifacts for non-sighted visitors. Making 2D photographs "come…

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Critical Making Lab
by Amy Ratelle

Posted on Nov 6th, 2014

Curious about 3D printing, electronics hacking, wearable computing? Come and see what we're all about!

Open Doors at the Critical Making Lab

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Critical Making Lab at Richmond Hill Public Library by Amy Ratelle

Posted on Nov 6th, 2014

Critical Making Lab members Dan Soutwick and Gabby Resch demonstrated a workshop concept using lego bricks to foster greater understanding of 3D design…

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TAGLab visits Semaphore by Amy Ratelle

Posted on Jun 15th, 2013

On June 13th, 2013 the Technologies for Aging Gracefully Lab (TAGlab) paid a visit to Semaphore. Over the hour-long lunch meeting, both labs…

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Event: Collapse Meters - Extending the Doomsday Clock by Amy Ratelle

Posted on Sep 18th, 2014

Extending the "Doomsday Clock" that has been representationally deployed by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists since 1947 to warn the world of the possible…

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Critical Making Workshop Series kicks off by ginger coons

Posted on Sep 5th, 2014

New workshop series involves students, public, in Critical Making Lab research

This year, the Critical Making Lab is offering a series of workshops, open to both students and the public. The Critical Making Workshop Series showcases…

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