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Pop Up Shop

Studio Tutor: TBC

Studio Times TBC:

This is a studio about Pop up shops, more to come…

Computational Prototyping for Industrial Design

Computational prototyping for industrial design provides a practical and theoretical immersion into the technical field of creating custom software to manipulate and control various forms of digital media. Industrial design practice increasingly engages in the integration of software in the products they design and the process by which they undertake design and research. Fields of

Electronic and Interactive Prototyping

This course provides a technical exposure to methods of developing, programming and testing Electronic and Interactive prototypes. This form of prototyping is increasingly useful in understanding how environmental and user data might effect the functionality and affect of a complex product. The rapid shift toward that ubiquitous computing systems and data feeds means that many

Systems and Service Visualisation for Industrial Design

This course gives you an introduction to specialist visualisation techniques and adaptation of existing ones to communicate the design of complex services and systems. You will deploy a user-centred approach to visualisation as a core capability for industrial design to ensure that a system or service under design is targeted to specific audiences and strategically

Prototyping and Complex Fabrication

Industrial Design Prototyping and Complex Fabrication engages you in a technical prototyping environment to translate designed products into production ready prototypes for exhibition, presentation and for accurately communicating design intent, usability, materiality and mechanical performance to manufacturers, and product engineers.

You will engage in a wide array of prototyping tools, machines and techniques and undertake a

Advanced Industrial Design Visualisation

Advanced Industrial Design Visualisation provides specific technical and methodological development in advanced levels of industrial design drawing, graphic composition, in-situ and explanatory rendering, contextual and instructional illustration, diagramming and scenario visualisation.

You will extend a growing repertoire of drawing techniques and translate those skills into emerging digital drawing environments.

An emphasis is placed on how to think

Advanced Computer Aided Industrial Design

In this course you will extend your knowledge and skills in the digital design and development process to design and produce complex forms, products and assemblies. You will design, revise, animate and evaluate three dimensional forms within a digital environment including mechanical simulations, finite element analysis, software enabled life cycle assessment, and incorporate parametric approaches

Dirt Dreams

Studio Tutor: Jude Glover

Studio Timetable: TBC

Ah…the humble porcelain bowl or cup…or is it? Could you make one? Could you make a thousand? Could you make any money? What else could you design and make if you understood the process—the possibilities of form, ornamentation and decoration not available in any other processes?

This studio will explore the

Imbiss

Studio Tutors: Dr Malte Wagenfeld & Prof Wolfgang Laubesheimer

Studio Timetable:

This is a ‘Global Intensive’ exchange studio between RMIT University and KISD, Cologne Germany. The studio will include two intensive mode sessions, in early October RMIT students will spend 2 weeks at KISD in Cologne and in early November KISD students will come to RMIT for the

Arthur Georgalas

Arthur Georgalas, is a graduate of Industrial Design (Honours), which he undertook after graduating from the Associate Degree in Furniture Design with RMIT.

Arthur has great enthusiasm as a designer for emerging technologies in virtual & augmented reality (VR/AR) and how it can be integrated into large scale industry operations and personal recreational activities.

During my Honours year I joined VicHyper,