The MA 3D Digital Design pathway is unique in providing an arena in which highly advanced, practical three-dimensional digital modelling and animation techniques are developed within a project-based environment, while being supported by a wider, contextual exploration of digital technologies themselves and the impact these have had on design practice, manufacturing production and the consumption of design.
The ethos of the MA/MSc 3DDD pathway is to enable professional 3D designers to enter into practice at the forefront of technology having an understanding of how a range of 3D software packages can be combined and manipulated to serve different purposes. In this way, it is expected that the conventional resource boundaries potentially limiting 3D designers will be tested and reformed to allow more innovative and creative design processes to be employed. Graduates with degrees in three-dimensional design, including Product Design, Architecture, 3D Games Design, Animation, etc., can explore the impact of emerging technologies on the design process and the production of objects or spaces. Taught over 45 weeks the course covers advanced animation, generative 3D modelling and real-time graphics, complex forms will be visualised, simulated and tested on screen.
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