2015-16 Term 2 Year 3 – Project: Livecode Mobile

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This project asked students to explore the domain of mobile application development using the Livecode platform. Mobile application development allows access to specific sensors and modes of operation – detecting motion, acceleration, rotation, heading and location. Mobile-specific controls for accessing network resources and APIs, panning and controlling images, accessing cameras and pre-built UI elements are also available for experimentation and implementation.

2015-16 Term 2 Year 2 – Project: Living Walls

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Laura Griffee

Working independently, create a meaningful, visually engaging site-specific projection map within/on to/around the Barnes Building. Using mapping technology create a dynamic digital projection of animated elements to create an engaging experience, blurring the perceived boundaries between the virtual and the real world, conveying the sense that surfaces of the building are responsive.

2015-16 Term 1 Year 1 – Project: Design Domain

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Samuel Velebny

Design Domain is an interdisciplinary course in which years 1-3 students from five different Design programmes collaborate. Shakespeare’s ‘Midsummer’s Night Dream’ formed the basis of the project and in Interaction Design, the brief was designed around the subgenre of order & disorder. Another important aspect of the brief was the use of the forest as inspiration, starting the project with a trip to ‘the forest’.

2015-16 Term 1 Year 1 – Project: Visual Narrative

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Jamie Johnstone

For this project, the challenge was for students to experiment with the new possibilities offered by interactive technologies, such as Wirewax and Interlude, to create a piece of film that explores non-sequential, multi-linear interactive narratives. With a theme of, ‘A Day in the Life of …” the goal was for the audience to empathise with the main “character”.

2015-16 Term 1 Year 3 – Project: Design Domain

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Kirstin Mechan

Design Domain is an interdisciplinary course in which years 1-3 students from five different Design programmes collaborate. Shakespeare’s ‘Midsummer’s Night Dream’ formed the basis of the project and in Interaction Design, the brief was designed around the subgenre of order & disorder. Another important aspect of the brief was the use of the forest as inspiration, starting the project with a trip to ‘the forest’.