Makerspaces, 3d printing and collaborative learning events

Emma YenchExamples of practice, Featured, Professional development, Project types, School of Education, Social learning, Student as producer1 Comment

Following on from our tours of the Library at the Dock, and RMIT’s AMP Centre discussed in this post, we visited, along with a small group of Education staff, the RMIT FabShop (short for Fabrication Workshop) at the Brunswick Campus. For those of you who haven’t heard of Fabrication Workshops before, otherwise known as Maker Labs or Maker Spaces, they … Read More

360 Imagery for Exhibitions

Howard ErreyContent development, Project partners, Project types, School of Architecture and Design0 Comments

Kevin Francke from RMIT Architecture and Design has begun trying out ways of using 3D photography and video. Check out the effect by clicking on the link above. Using the Ricoh Theta S, Kevin has created an album of 360 photographs taken at students’ exhibitions. You can view these images by visiting his gallery. Next up we are hoping to check … Read More

Makerspaces and 3d printing: a learning excursion

Emma YenchCurrent issues, Featured, General, Research and innovation, School of Education, Strategic alignment, Student as producer2 Comments

Recently the ABC’s Four Corners aired a program (Future Proof) which ponders the question of how best to prepare the coming generations for jobs that don’t yet exist in a future we can’t yet imagine. Featured on the program was the Australian Science and Mathematics School where the students are learning in a very different way to what most would recognise as a … Read More

3D video, virtual reality, augmented reality

Leigh BlackallCurrent issues0 Comments

German card from the film “Polyester”, used in the Wikipedia article on Smell-O-Vision. A virtual reality development company has been promoting its work to RMIT recently, and one good thing to come out of it for us is some quick research and discussion. Howard Errey has shared his impressions of the promotion. I’m adding this post intending to look back and … Read More