Creative Digital Art is a studio that introduces electronic media, cultural awareness and its relation to art and design. Students are required to be critical in understanding the tools and process in all form of digital arts. They will also be introduced to various kind of electronic art forms, network experiences, contemporary artists and designers, and new software to create time-based static productions including video, digital photography, sound and online interaction.
- Show the abilities and deep understandings in digital media and its relations with art and design
- Demonstrate the abilities to explore ideas and craft creative digital artwork
- Share ideas and experiences in producing creative digital artworks.
- Study the use of tools and various processes in producing creative work
Exhibition Concept and Creative Direction – Nike Brand Design
‘Fit’ Installation Concept and Creative Direction – Matt Pyke
Art Direction – Dylan Griffith
3D Animation – Chris Perry
Developers – Mike Tucker, Andreas Müller
Sound Design – Simon Pyke
Executive Producer – Keri Elmsly
Producer – Captain Blyth
Film and Photography – James Medcraft
Commissioned by Nike
Robotics is all about design, construction, and use of machines (robots) to perform tasks done traditionally by human beings. robots are widely used in such industries as automobile manufacture to perform simple repetitive tasks, and in industries where work must be performed in environments hazardous to humans. many aspects of robotics involve artificial intelligence; robots may be equipped with the equivalent of human senses such as vision, touch, and the ability to sense temperature. some are even capable of simple decision making, and current robotics research is geared toward devising robots with a degree of self-sufficiency that will permit mobility and decision-making in an unstructured environment. today’s industrial robots do not resemble human beings; a robot in human form is called an android
SparkFun Robotics 101: Intro to Robotics
SparkFun Robotics 101: Episode 2 Angular Motion
By: Nathaniel Dodson |
What makes you turn and stare at the subliminal beauty, depth, and color in a photograph like some beautiful bokeh in the background of that photograph? I would contend that there isn’t much that stops you in your tracks like some beautiful bokeh (Boh-Keey) in the background. In this tutorial we’ll look at exactly how we can create this effect in Photoshop.
1. It Started With A Picture
Open the photography that you would like to add the bokeh to. With this particular technique we’re adding colored bokeh much like the bokeh you would see when shooting at night with a very wide open aperture. Colorful and bright bokeh over a dark background. That being said, you want to start with a darker image, or an image with some dark moody tones for the best results here.