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Medical and game technology meet at this MICA event

Sinai Hospital Bioincubator and the arts college got together to organize the February 22 panel discussion.

MICA students try out Sticky Fingers at MICA Game Lab's Fall Arcade. (Photo by Brian James Kirk)

Technologists working on healthcare, games and virtual reality will get together at the MICA Game Lab for a panel discussion.
The February 22 event will provide a look at what’s happening in these fields where Baltimore’s tech scene is showing growth, and present a chance for some cross-vertical learning.

The event itself also represents a collaboration. The Sinai Hospital Bioincubator  has been holding a Distinguished Speaker Series with support from TEDCO. Now it’s teaming with MICA, which opened the new Game Lab space on the second floor of the Dolphin Design Center (100 Dolphin St.) in the fall
Speakers at the event, which runs from 6:30-8:30 p.m., include:
Will Gee, founder of Balti Virtual
Craig Stevenson, interactive designer for MedStar SiTEL
Joshua Gleason, MICA interactive arts BFA student


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