Students enrolled in IA&D’s CAD2 class recently shared projects at FSU’s annual Digitech Showcase. Guests to the IA&D table were treated with an immersive experience allowing them to view student projects through virtual reality, animations & GIFs, 3D printing, and hybrid rendering. As part of their planning, students designed signage and posters, created videos, and help set up and take down the display. During CAD2 students also learn about other emerging design technologies including: augmented reality, 3D modeling, exploded views, and photorealistic rendering. The class is taught by Assistant Professor Amy Huber, and local architect Maxim Nasab.
“DigiTech was an awesome experience not only to display my own projects but to see all of my peers as well. It was also interesting to see FSU students outside of the Department of Interior Architecture and Design’s work. Some of them were surprised at the technology we learn and use because a lot of times it goes unnoticed.” – Victoria Vigarino
Special thanks to Maxim Nasab, Christine Titus for their assistance with planning and facilitation, and to CAD2 students for their enthusiasm and professionalism during the event.