Results for: Visual arts
General ItemArt Reach Easy Art Video Series
Virginia Tech Perspective Gallery employs students to work with the director overseeing gallery operations and programming. During the pandemic we continued supporting their positions and kept the arts alive and available for student co-curricular activities through a series of student created “easy art” videos and Take & Make Pop Ups.
Virginia Tech University Libraries and Entomology Department are creating a digital library of 3D insect models from the Virginia Tech Insect Collection. This project explores new practices for curating biodiversity specimens for educational access. Our work uses photogrammetry, taking hundreds of images of an object, from every possible angle; then using specialized software to process those images into 3D models.
Mashed.mp3 is an extension of the Apple iMessage application that allows users to view artistic visualizations that are generated from data representing the chat members' musical preferences and recent listening habits. As the visualization changes over time, group members can see how their individual choices affect the group's image.
General ItemMonument Public Address System
Monument Public Address System is a mobile augmented reality (AR) app that superimposes audio and visual narratives of justice, liberation, and inclusion onto existing Confederate monuments and sites where monuments have been removed.
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 ItemPlay to Make
Play to Make is a foundation course for the Creativity + Innovation Destination Area. The spring 2021 transdisciplinary cohort composed short films to challenge themselves technically with digital story telling, and conceptually by tackling a topic with global impact.