Monday, 7 November 2011

Inkling from Wacom has arrived at RMIT University

The much anticipated Inkling from Wacom has arrived at RMIT University. The Wacom Lab at RMIT School of Architecture and Design is a world class facility providing the most up to date learning and teaching environment for industrial design. The introduction of the inkling in 2012 will further enhance the experience for students as they develop vital skills for tomorrow. "Students are very excited and so are our industry partners about the introduction of the inkling into the program" said Ian Wong - Communications Coordinator in the Industrial Design program at RMIT. "Inkling enables the hand sketching and idea generation we specialise in to be integrated into the Web 2.0 environment more efficiently"

Wacom Inkling arrives at RMIT Wacom Lab.

RMIT University Vice - Chancellor and President Professor Margaret Gardner, Communications Coordinator Ian Wong, and GM Holden Design Director Anthony Stolfo with students at the Wacom Lab opening 2010.

RMIT Wacom Lab combined with wikis and blogs and Autodesk Sketchbook Pro software delivers results for industrial design students. Lecturer and RMIT alumnus automotive designer Bernie Walsh teaching in the Wacom Lab with first year students. Lab features 20 Wacom 21UX tablets.

See outstanding examples of student work here

and here

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