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Movement Alphabet: Mapping the intricacies of the moving body

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On Saturday 16th July Jan Lee and Tim Murray-Browne were invited to take part in our monthly Digital Design Drop-In programme. We were delighted that they were able to share with the public their new work combining interactive technology with personal one-on-one participatory work. What is Movement Alphabet? by Jan Lee and Tim Murray-Browne                                    Movement Alphabet […]

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V&A and Tate Digital Learning teams come together for MozEx

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The Digital Programmes team at the V&A has joined Tate Digital Learning to curate MozEx, an art exhibition with a 21st-century twist at Mozilla Festival (MozFest). MozFest is an annual celebration of the diverse, creative internet community and the greater open Internet movement. People from across the globe gather together and discuss, debate, create and […]

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Data Visualisation: the space where design and technology collide

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Data is the new oil, or so they say. We are constantly generating more and more data from a dizzying array of digital interactions that we partake in every day. We are told this data contains the insight to generate revenue, identify corporate trends, predict our next moves and even save lives. But data is […]

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V&A Samsung Digital Classroom: Virtual Reality and an Interview with Rachel Derbyshire, ChroniclesVR

Samsung Virtual Reality Workshop at the Victoria & Albert Museum.   April 30, 2016 - London, U.K.  Photo Credit: Vianney Le Caer/Rex/Shutterstock

Last weekend as part of the V&A Samsung Digital Classroom, we invited in Rachel Derbyshire of ChroniclesVR to run a workshop in creating virtual reality experiences. The students who came along created 360 degree photos of the museum, took 3D scans of objects in the gallery and then made an app to run on the […]

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Squash and Stretch: Samsung Digital Classroom Animation

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Animation is everywhere at the moment – fire up your browser and adverts will move to catch your attention, animated blockbuster movies will be on every child’s and adults lips and video games will present you with uncanny representations of the world. All these things come down to a process which has roots in drawings […]

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Samsung Digital Classroom: Digital Illustration with Amy Brown

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  Last week Brighton based illustrator Amy Brown came to the V&A to run a Samsung Digital Classroom session with us looking at digital illustration and collage. Groups were set two briefs which they could choose to work on: designing a gig poster for a fictional New Year’s Eve event or creating a range of […]

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Digital Portfolios: Six Tips for Designing your Portfolio for University and College Applications

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  Creating your perfect portfolio can be tough, so here are six simple tips to create one that works. Applications to university and college courses can be a daunting process and increasingly, one of the requirements for an interview and entry is the submission of a digital portfolio. Although traditional physical portfolio making is part […]

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Samsung Digital Classroom: 3D Printed Jewellery

This week we have been hosting Black Country Atelier as part of the Samsung Digital Classroom to create 3D printed jewellery inspired by the V&A’s collections. Black Country Atelier are a studio of artists, designers, scientists and engineers who as well as taking on commissions, run innovative design workshops in schools and museums. We have […]

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Creativeworks Entrepreneur in Residence: Sigune Hamann

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Completing her CEIR residency funded by Creative Works London Sigune Hamann exhibited a panoramic film-strip at RAUMX. The installation reflects her research into methods of reading and displaying panoramic images in relation to East Asian scrolls as part of research at the V&A and Tokyo Wondersite.   At the V&A Hamann took photographic film-strips of visitors […]

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Sigune Hamann: Creativeworks Entrepeneur in Residence

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  This is a guest post from Sigune Hamann who is currently researching at the V&A supported by the Creativeworks London Entrepeneur in Residence scheme.     The artist Sigune Hamann, Reader in Art and Media Practice (UAL), is looking at the ways that panoramic images can be displayed and experienced. At the V&A she is taking […]

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