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    Partnership brings immersive multimedia to Winter Session , video

    The Institute for Creativity, Arts and Technology partnered with the College of Architecture, Arts and Design to offer Intro to Immersive Multimedia during the 2023 Winter Session. Students had access to rare, state-of-the-art facilities to create a variety of projects and concluded the course by presenting their immersive multimedia projects in The Cube at the Moss Arts Center. "The way that the students are excited and bringing their own strengths and interests to each of the projects is really interesting to me and is exciting," said instructor David Franusich.

    Date: Jan 18, 2023
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    Monster class project spawns 3D-printed masks highlighting fears and phobias , article

    Wearable 3D-printed items are popular and trending. Creative technologies major Sarah Fasco '22 took advantage of the resources in the University Libraries' Prototyping Studio to create masks as a part of a monster-themed project in her Character Modeling with ZBrush class.

    Date: Jun 08, 2022
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    High-tech exhibits wow Smithsonian visitors at the third ACCelerate Festival , article

    Twelve ACC schools showed off Interactive projects at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History during the festival of creativity and innovation organized by Virginia Tech's Institute for Creativity, Arts, and Technology.

    Date: Apr 19, 2022
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    Visualizing Virginia Tech History , video

    Visualizing Virginia Tech History is a multi-year project created by a transdisciplinary group of faculty and students that utilizes creative technologies including projection mapping, extended reality, and digital exhibits to illuminate 150 years of university history through 21st century technology. Bringing together historians, artists, educators, computer scientists, librarians and others from across the Virginia Tech campus, Visualizing Virginia Tech History is the most recent project to come out of the History Lab at Virginia Tech. ------------------------ Learn more:

    Date: Mar 28, 2022
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    Using technology to make visible, the invisible past , video

    Collaboration and faculty-student research projects have led to the development of HistoryLab: Creative Technologies, Hidden Histories, Informal Learning. The new course, being offered for the first time this semester, bridges STEM fields, the humanities, education and the creative arts.

    Date: Feb 18, 2022
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    High-speed rendering capabilities enable creativity for visual design students , article

    Students in the School of Visual Arts Creative Technologies program are using high-performance computing to take their 3D animation designs to new levels, thanks to a unique partnership with the university's Advanced Research Computing unit.

    Date: Dec 14, 2021
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    If these walls could talk: 150 years of Corps of Cadets history , video

    Celebrate the 150-year legacy of Virginia Tech through the history of its cadets through a one-of-a-kind sesquicentennial show, created and produced by the Institute of Creativity, Arts, and Technology, that was projected onto the façade of Lane Hall. The times and the uniforms may have changed over the decades, but the lifelong bonds of cadets are just as strong now as they were then — forged by a call to be a part of something bigger than themselves. The Corps of Cadets is the bridge between the university’s past and its future. Cadets are the keepers of tradition while they hone their skills to be the leaders of tomorrow. If you're a Hokie, there's a little bit of the Corps of Cadets in you.

    Date: Sep 16, 2021
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    Creative technologies Master of Fine Arts program broadens skills for students , article

    The program offers a diverse and dynamic range of classes and offerings for masters students to better market themselves in a competitive job field.

    Date: Mar 09, 2021
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    Senior uses personal experience to develop virtual look into sleep paralysis , video

    Hokie Tariq Harrison woke from his sleep unable to move. His experience with sleep paralysis inspired the Creative Technologies major to help others understand the condition through virtual reality using University Libraries' Virtual Environments Studio.

    Date: Aug 14, 2019