SHORT COURSES AND MICROCREDENTIALS
Short courses in Design, Architecture and Built Environment
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UTS and the Faculty of Design, Architecture & Building continue our work and research.
However, many arrangements have changed due to the impact of COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus).
it's unique to us because we usually
use the robots for fabrication whereas
this is filming
so we've put a robot onto a robot to
give us reach over the set
and then that allows the camera to run
robotically over and over again
the challenges have been getting the
software to work
and linking the two robots
we've never done anything like this
before the process needs to be very
repeated not only about repeated but the
robot needs to be precise
and flexible at the same time to have
some very smooth movement
the hardy part i believe is how to
put them all together correctly in the
digital wall and the physical wall
yeah our counter the project showed that
the flexibility of
combination many robots together could
be applied for many
fabrication process in the future two
languages to manipulate both robots
more creative application filmmaking
new ways of filmmaking cost
savings for rendering by making real
marrying a sort of a fluid filmmaking
process with a dop
into a cgi workflow which is
a unique thing collaboration between the
royal australian air force
between researchers here at uts between
this faculty of design
architecture and building between an
animation company up in brisbane
and also working with indigenous
creatives screenwriters directors
they're pretty unique coming together of
different groups of people
Zoe: I always knew I wanted to go into the design field and then kind of scrolling through
the UTS website, I was just looking through their architecture options when I was kind
of reading up on Landscape Architecture it was like a perfect balance between the structural
elements of architecture, but also involving ecology, the environment.
I think the environment is such an important issue at the moment and to nurture it and
protect it and to be able to do that through design is pretty amazing.
Mark: Landscape Architecture has a huge role in shaping the human experience of the city.
Landscape Architecture is really about designing that setting where people live out their lives.
I'd say it's one of the best kept secrets, because people assume that it is about landscaping
or changing landscape on a small level when really it's about life.
It's about culture.
The public domain is always important, because it's that place that brings people together.
Zoe: I've been working at TYRRELLSTUDIO for seven months.
When I started working here, it was like everything, the past three years had just clicked into place
Hayley: Being able to work in practice while still at uni and having the two going at once,
it makes you faster at doing little things and you get into the groove of it a lot more.
The Western Sydney Parklands Project, it's a huge project and something that really interested
me when I applied for the job here.
Mark: So it's a vast and beautiful tract of land, a 1500 hectare park, which is five times
the size of Central Park in New York, put aside as the greenbelt to limit the growth
of Sydney in 1968 and since then, the city has leapt across that greenbelt and into western
Sydney and more and more people will be living in western Sydney in the next 30 years, another
one million people.
So, there'll be a city three times the size of Canberra out there.
So, a piece of greenbelt becomes a Central Park for these people.
Some of the things we're doing to address the challenges of heat in that landscape are
looking at the farm dam structure of water in that landscape.
We're trying to take people into the coolest parts of the landscape and create these small
areas where lots of people can gather and be in a more comfortable microclimate.
Hayley: So what's different about working in design is that you're not stressing, typically,
for exams and taking notes and trying to cram information.
You're actually working in the practical world and designing things that you're interested in.
For now, doing honours year, you're given a lot more freedom as well as you progress
in the course.
So, that's kind of excited me, and now I think I will be coming back for something in postgrad as well.
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