Kudos: Augmented Reality Workshop
Run by alumni Stella Palmer, this workshop is an introduction to Jerome Etienne’s ar.js framework, a fast and easy library to develop augmented reality via the web (no apps needed!).
This workshop will begin with an overview of current augmented reality, and will follow with a hands on step-by-step how to develop your first little marker-based augmented reality scene using ar.js.
Stella Palmer is an artist and arts administrator. Stella’s AR works have been included in exhibitions across Sydney and online. Stella currently works as 2D motion graphics designer at Digitoollab and Production admin at the Powerhouse Museum.
Kudos' AR workshop is born out of the collaboration with one of our upcoming Kudos Offsite artists Yanti Peng who is creating an exciting AR work for Offsite. This workshop aims to help mentor students like Peng through creating and workshoping AR projects. Event image created thanks to Yanti Peng.
2pm Tuesday 11th May 2021
On UNSW Arts, Design, and Architecture Paddington campus. Room location will be specified via email to those who are registered to attend.
This workshop is for Arc UNSW members, and is $5 (plus booking fee) per registration.
The ticketing cost goes towards Kudos and Arc @ AD to help us keep providing services and opportunities, and hosting events and parties, for you!
Please respect Covid-19 safety measures on the day; this will include;
- Checking in at the door
- Maintaining a safe social distance
- Wearing masks on public transport before attending , and properly sanitising hands
- Not attending if you're feeling unwell or have any symptoms of Covid-19, or have recently travelled to an area in which Covid-19 has been alerted to be in the community
Kudos is UNSW ADA's most exciting remote arts initiative, brining you the best opportunities to get involved, exhibit, and develop your arts portfolio. Kudos has always been the launchpad for arts students, and a safe place to play, experiment, test, and share creative ideas, and will continue to be so now and into the future.
We acknowledge the Bidjigal and Gadigal people of the Eora Nation and the Ngunnawal people who are the traditional owners of the land Arc AD, Kudos Gallery and AD Space share, create and operate on. We pay our respects to elders, and past, present and acknowledge that this will always be Aboriginal land.