Wow! 12 years of Anarkik3DDesign and 3D haptic modelling In a series of over 20 banners we have summed up 12 years of Anarkik3DDesign, starting in 2010 and going through to 2022. Warm thanks go to our generous fellow AnarkikCreators for their permission to use images of their work to both demonstrate the amazing range of forms and objects that are possible with our Anarkik3DDesign haptic 3D modelling programme and promote what they do. Enjoy the scroll down. At the end are notes about why applied artists and designer makers are opting to use Anarkik3DDesign and why haptics is so appropriate for 3D modelling! 12
This is a post on Ann Marie Shillito’s personal interest about tacit knowledge and VR for Applied Artists: how we apply our ‘personal’ knowledge to working digitally and in virtual reality (VR). Ann Marie is a jeweller and joined Applied Arts Scotland’s DISTANCE2 Project to investigate ways in which makers could and would want to use immersive technology in their practice and to engage others with their craft practice. The theme that her small supportive group (ALM) focused on is how our tacit knowledge, as makers, enables us within our different disciplines to effectively make use of VR.
This is a blog about the explorations of 8 applied artists in Scotland into the potential of using Virtual Reality in their practice. The DISTANCE Project was initiated by Applied Arts Scotland
and the objective craft engagement, about collaborating and sharing experiences and objects in new and exciting ways.
International Jewellery Symposium A 3 day International Jewellery Symposium at the Fashion Institute of Technology in May in New York, in partnership with Politecnico di Milano, will discuss issues surrounding jewelry design and manufacturing, digital v handmade and the shift in recent years with the wider use of computer aided design and 3D printing. ‘….every tool, hand-held or digital—leaves its mark. This symposium will provide an arena for debate on how digital technology and making by hand duel for influence in the aesthetics, the use, and the cultural contexts of jewelry as both a manufactured product and as an applied art form.’ Paper and presentation One of the strands to be