Interaction Design

IMAGE: Interaction Design CoLab 1 2019/20 Project involving projection mapping / Student: Inese Verebe: Second Hand Time

Interaction designers looked at the traces our environment creates; be it in a natural, urban or cultural landscape. They did this by exploring physical mark-making methods in tandem with computer-related techniques to create meaningful visual sequences. Students were introduced to analogue (non-digital) methods of mark-making, creating textures and visuals with hand processes, that formed the foundation of their visual imagery. Alongside this they learned how computers can be used to drive mark-making outcomes as well as being a tool for displaying such visuals in interesting, conceptual ways.

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