Results for: Exemplary
General ItemARCH | Architecture Creation Club, bridging design and the environment
ARCH is an after-school program focused on diversifying the creative technology professions by giving high school students access to develop hard skills in architecture, urban planning, and engineering through higher education student mentorship. The program will center design equity for a year-long project where students can earn credits and scholarships.
General ItemDebating Higher Education's Networked Futures
The pandemic has put higher education’s claims of a networked future to the test. Will new technologies bridge physical distance, save money, and generate tailored experiences? Or, will they diminish the quality of education, commodify knowledge, and sap motivations to learn? Students in Innovation in Context hold a research-based debate to find out.
General ItemOCLIM: Occupying Liminal Space
OCLIM was designed to respond to the current condition of the world, to create a space that concretizes the “in-between” spaces that exist around us. OCLIM references natural forms and biological structures, where concrete is used to encapsulate voids to create a network of organically-derived pods for human occupation that represent a permeable “in-between” space to create an inside space with the perceived freedom and escape of the outdoors.
General ItemSPAN - Modular Origami Structures
Through experimentation of additive manufacturing processes and textile bonding, SPAN focuses on creating lightweight, temporary structures that provide quick and accessible shelter from the elements.
General ItemVRViewfinder - Engaging bystanders in VR-based Interactive Media Using Auxiliary Viewing Devices
We are using mobile devices as an auxiliary viewing device for virtual environment to interaction with the environment.
General ItemVTDITC: Hip Hop Studies at Virginia Tech
Digging in the Crates: Hip Hop Studies at Virginia Tech, or #VTDITC, exists to foster a sense of community among artists, fans, and scholars. We hope to model that students’ and community members’ personal interests are worthy of academic study and further institutionalize Hip Hop Studies’ presence at VT.