Each year our Master of Animation and Visualisation students not only produce award-winning 3D animated films, but they also develop creative project ideas using emerging visualisation technologies. This year our cohort worked collaboratively to develop ‘Hiroshige’, an immersive virtual reality (VR) experience that allows users to step inside and interact with famous artworks from Japanese artist Utagawa Hiroshige. Key to the execution of this project were our technical artists, who helped bridge the gap between creative and technical roles.
Check out our recent article in The Rookies and go behind the scenes to learn more about this exciting project and how you can turn your background in IT, programming or coding into a career in the creative industries!
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