For my Master's research, I'm part of a research team of about 12 students and post-docs, as well as three professors at the University of Ottawa who are working on an NSERC Strategic Project entitled "High-quality acquisition and rendering of image-based models for tele-presence in remote environments." This project received some media attention over the past year, long before I got my site online, so I'm sharing it just a little late.
The project was featured in CBC Radio's program Spark. Meg Wilcox interviewed myself and several other members of the team about our work on the project. You can listen to the full interview (about 10 minutes) here. My portion is towards the end, and I talk about High Dynamic Range Imaging and the "So What?" of my work, i.e. what does it do for the end user.
Back in June, the project was featured in the Ottawa Citizen, and several professors and a post-doc student from the project were interviewed. This was story also ran in the National Post and on Canada.com.