RMIT Vietnam NewsStudents think differently at creative showcase

Students think differently at creative showcase

Wednesday, September 20, 2017 - 09:25

School of Communication & Design students showcased their ability to think differently and creatively about industry and social trends at an end-of-semester showcase last week.

The displayed works were from different design and fashion courses including Digital Media, Interactive Media, Apparel Product Development, Product Ranging, and Digital Media Specialisation.  

End-of-semester showcases are one of the School of Communication & Design’s initiatives to build RMIT Vietnam as a hub of creativity education and practice in the region.

A student presents his design for a mobile application which aims to connect users and mechanics upon request.

Angels and Demons scans Dan Brown’s world-famous novel into 3D illustrations.

Vietnam Crazy Cat app offers users a new way of expressing personal opinions about heated social issues.

To love is to understand. This creative work tells stories of postpartum emotional transformation.

Students from the Apparel Product Development and Product Ranging course showcase their team projects.

A showcase visitor plays treasure hunt in virtual reality setting, a product by a Digital Media Specialisation student.

Story: Thanh Phuong