Wednesday, 28 November 2012

MADA Industrial Design - Makerbot

The industrial design graduate exhibition NOW at MADA Monash Art Design and Architecture has this week been busy with visits by industry, alumni, school visits, and candidates attending interviews for MADA programs.

MADA industrial design lecturer Mark Richardson presents graduate project work to O-I industrial designers Ophelia Tevelein, Stephen Wallace and senior designer Julian Ditchburn.

The industrial design team from O-I Glass visited and were particularly interested in the emerging influence of 3D printing and the impact these new tools are having on design process. Senior designer Julian Ditchburn commended the MADA student work on display and the team were also interested in research activities of post graduate students. Dr Stephen Wang presented work of students in the International Tangible Interaction Design Lab that has potential applications in the design of glass packaging.

MADA industrial design lecturer Mark Richardson shared details of the many student projects that have embraced the maker movement and discussed in particular the prosthesis project by Rowan Page.

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