Since thesis reading has taken over my life, I thought I’d share something interesting that I read.
How can VR create new forms of identity and redefine embodiment of spatial memory?
Understand the problem space. Explore the solution space. Let’s develope a VR roadmap!
What could potentially be the affordance of virtual reality on our interpersonal relationships?
Pushing the limits of conventional cultural preservation methodologies in virtual reality is a worthy challenge.
Is data visualization in vr really all it’s hyped up to be?
The best way to learn something new is to start exploring. Coding for Virtual Reality may just be that new tool to create the future in design.
In my Imaging class this semester, I initially selected to research how VR moves us beyond fictional experiences. More specifically, I was interested in how VR could influence storytelling as its technology evolves and becomes […]
Sometimes the best way to understand how the brain processes information is to distort the normal pattern of information. Perhaps the same could be said for reality? This was part of my research from my semester in my Imaging class.
Hackers are hypocrites.
Snapchat just raised the bar for social media with the launch of new 3D filters on Tuesday, April 18th, 2017.
Should machines make subjective decisions for us?
All I think about lately is my eyes and all the neat things they can do.
Imagine a world of completely transparent connected thoughts stored in the “cloud” that we all have access to at any moment.
Writing THIS research paper made me question if I am, in fact, losing my memory (along with my mind)?
Do you connect to connect or connect to disconnect?
I am still in the infant stages of my research on Afrikan Typographic System and Visual Languages… but Afrika has already begun giving voice to my design practices.
YesAnd isn’t the only publication MGD students are working on.
NCSU D. H. Hill Library Data Visualization Workshop x Master of Graphic Design – New Information Environment – Data Stories: Lies, Damn Lies & Statistics
Arguing that you don’t care about the right to privacy because you have nothing to hide is no different than saying you don’t care about free speech because you have nothing to say.