Spatial Thinking

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Using an iterative process of making, sensing, testing and subjective judgement to understand, develop and communicate spatial forms. Spatial thinking allows you to understand location, dimensions, relationships between objects and directions of movement.

Case Studies

  • VR Classroom of the Future

    VR Classroom of the Future

    Martin Murphy Ringling College of Art & Design, VRD 2nd year In our second year of Virtual Reality Development, students conceptualized, inventoried learning activities and visualized a new classroom that would support the instruction of virtual reality design. The assignment used a building that was actively being designed by an architectural firm for the universityContinue…

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  • Color Walk: Color in Context

    Color Walk: Color in Context

    Luanne Stovall University of Austin, Upper-Level Graduate Color is not constant or  objectively ‘true’. Color perception varies with i.e., lighting conditions and viewer perception. Design students need to consider the context of where and how color appears as central to their design process. To develop awareness on the interactions of color within an environmental context,Continue…

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