Personal Assistive Technologies for Health

Lecturer: Frank Feltham

Tuesday 9.30 – 12.30 – On Campus (045.01.005A) Thursday 9.30 – 12.30 – Online (V-Practical)

The personal tracking and display of human movement data is an area of research that aims to improve both self-care and rehabilitation in physiotherapy and other related health care practices. Research has shown that personal-tracking technologies, using real time

Generative Futures

Lecturer: Arthur Georgalas

Tuesday 9.30 – 12.30 – On Campus (045.01.003) / and online  Thursday 9.30 – 12.30 – On Campus (045.01.003)/ and online 

Is mass customisation and generative design the future of industry 4.0? Why do designers choose this route, what are the benefits of generative design within Industrial Design and how can this method be

Technology with Self-Sufficient living

Lecturer: Brad Marmion

Tuesday 9.30 – 12.30 – Online (V-Practical) Thursday 9.30 – 12.30 – On Campus 045.01.005A

This studio is an Investigation of digital design solutions for nature inspired and self-sufficient living.  In response to global social changes this studio considers a more contemporary vision of community interaction and independent living by looking to solutions from

Living on Water

Studio Tutor: Arthur Georgalas

Monday 3:30 – 6:30

Thursday 3:30 – 6:30

It is some unknown date in the near (or less than near) future, Climate Change has significantly impacted continents to the point where moving further inland is not an option. Individuals and communities must become Seafaring Climate Refugees.

Students will explore how humans could adapt to living

Personal Data Futures

Dr Frank Feltham

Mon 11.30 – 2.30

Weds 3.30 – 6.30

Partners – W+SN/ Biomechanical Engineering RMIT

Data has become essential in communicating the spread of pandemic and the ferocity of bushfires that has characterised the year 2020. These events have translated personal devices and their information from the fringe to essential to survival. As an emerging industry, research

Worldly Companions: designing for visitor engagement.

Monday: 3.30 – 6.30  | room 45.01.003Wednesday: 11.30 – 2.30 | room 45.01.003

Lecturers: Dr Scott Mitchell and Scott Brewer

This studio is industry partnered with Art Processors (designers of ‘the O’ visitor experience at MONA). The studio asks students to design a new visitor experience for the RMIT Design Hub Gallery. Students will be supported in

Droid Assistant

Studio Tutor: Arthur GeorgalasWednesday 2:30 – 5:30 pm | 45.01.05AThursday 3:30 – 6:30 pm | 45.01.05B

The technocentric future of Artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) is, for most people, a scenario of a dystopian march of technology over humanity. For Industrial designers, it is a frontier of possibility.

In the last decade, we

Augmented Bodies

Monday 11:30 – 2:30 | 45.01.05DTuesday 3:30 – 6:30 | 51.02.015

Lecturers: : Emma Luke and Jay Curtis

This studio explores the body as a site of interaction and expression. Located at the meeting of emergent digital technologies and contemporary jewellery design practice, the studio asks students to imagine, design, develop and prototype new wearable objects for

Sonic Efforts: exploring and evaluating Sonic Interaction Design of human movement

Monday 11:30 – 2:30 |45.01.003
Thursady 11:30 – 2:30 | 45.01.003

Lecturers: Dr Frank Feltham and Ana Davila Veytia

Sonic Efforts will explore the role that live interactive sound can have as information on movement effort. In this studio you will use interactive data to and manual visualization methods to extract the patterns and features of human movement

First Class

Studio Tutors: Arthur Georgalas

Studio  Timetable:
Wednesday | 11:30 – 2:30 PM | 045.01.005D
Thursday    | 11:30 – 2:30 PM | 045.01.003

The studio focuses on future urban mobility that networks to provide universal publicly accessible transport between Melbourne and Sydney.

Rapid mass transit is a necessity for urbanised global communities, the Japanese Shinkansen, Shanghai Maglev trains and conceptual Hyperloop