Virtual Reality Design and Development – Student Projects
Students with a passion for future technologies – especially those who want to develop and create them – have combined their artistic and technical skills in cutting-edge Virtual Reality Design and Development courses offered by the University of Adelaide.
This video displays just a handful of projects completed within semester 1 2021 – with most students never undertaking any Virtual Reality development previously!
Experiencing the Ocean Through Time – Bath Spa Student Project
In partnership with the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific institute (BRLSI) Bath Spa University Creative Computing students developed a website to give the audience insight into how climate change is affecting our planet through four ocean-originating items.
Thanks to the Global Academy of Liberal Arts (GALA) programme the Bath Spa students had the opportunity to work with staff and students from the University of Adelaide.
Project Team: Alexander Brace, Haydon Curteis-Lateo, Jade Somerville, Karishma Jobanputra, Kay Cleghorn, Marcus Turner and Oscar Halstead
Sent to Space – The Dr Andy Thomas Artefacts
Under the direction of Steven Cook (Senior Lecturer and Head of Realities Extended) and Amy Dale (Exhibitions Coordinator), University of Adelaide students 3D scanned, optimised and created web content surrounding historic artefacts that accompanied Dr Andy Thomas into space!
Our students also had the opportunity to work with staff and students from the Bath Spa University to share ideas and discuss techniques.
Project Team: Tristan Castle – Lead Artist, Matthew Hall – Lead Programmer, Jordan English – Programmer, Callum Smith – Artist, Harry Spurrier – Artist, and Kushagra Singh – Artist
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A novel celebration of the digital art created by students from the University of Adelaide.
All Content is provided by artists who have submitted to Art of the Possible. All rights remain with the original artists.
Featuring works by the Australian Institute for Machine Learning as well as award-winning NYC artist and creative pioneer Laurie Anderson, the AI Apps Exhibition incorporates the use of QR codes that allow the viewer to interact with AI apps on mobile devices. Laurie’s ground-breaking collaboration with the Australian Institute for Machine Learning has been featured in Wired, and presented at Harvard’s Norton Lecture series.
Australian Institute for Machine Learning – AI Generated Cowboy Song
Australian Institute for Machine Learning – Froyd AI
Memes help us express, inform, and cope with our everyday lives. This bespoke exhibition is a collection of hand-crafted memes created by students in response to the prompt: “Art of the Possible.” In conjunction with the University of Adelaide Media Department, students infuse humour into the concept of ‘Art of the Possible’.