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Theo Zamenopoulos, of the OU design faculty, offers a glimpse into the ideological and historical context of design ideas and principles. With Emma Curtis, curator of the Design Museum, and Nathaniel Hepburn, curator of the Mascalls Art Gallery, Theo looks at the key ideas that emerged as the driving force behind design using specific examples from the history of chair design. This material forms part of The Open University course T217 Design Essentials.
 
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In this episode, which will be our final one for now, Aki has a conversation with Andrea Bravo and her research on using augmented reality for information visualisation purposes.The paper discussed:https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/proceedings-of-the-design-society-design-conference/article/immersive-visualisations-in-design-using-augmented-r…
 
In this, the final episode of our 2nd season, we discuss collaborative VR through a number of research papers. Aki also shares the thinking behind a recent prototype that resulted from participating in a VR game jam.Read the accompanying blog post athttps://medium.com/discover-virtual-reality-designAv Aki Järvinen, Dooley Murphy
 
In this episode, we feature Shane Harris from SideQuest and discuss the notion of style in VR design. We also share our thoughts on Museum of Other Realities, a VR gallery available through Steam. Read the accompanying blog post https://medium.com/discover-virtual-reality-designAv Aki Järvinen, Dooley Murphy
 
In this episode, we discuss a paper that seeks to create a taxonomy of realities, building on Milgram & Kishino’s often-cited “virtuality continuum”. We touch on synesthesia, “submersive reality”, haptic gloves, Ocean of Air, and more.Read the accompanying blog post at https://medium.com/discover-virtual-reality-design…
 
In this episode, we discuss a paper that attempts to formalise VR design space, and how experiences like Tender Claws’ The Under Presents defies such formalisations. Read the accompanying blog post athttps://medium.com/discover-virtual-reality-designAv Aki Järvinen, Dooley Murphy
 
In this episode, we discuss the following:- Dooley’s recent purchase of Oculus Quest and his adventures with SideQuest- Impossible spaces through research papers and games in development, such as Tea for God and Eye of the Temple - Blog posts that will accompany the podcast episodesAv Aki Järvinen, Dooley Murphy
 
In this episode, we discuss the following:- Aki’s experience of Fly, a location-based VR installation- Dooley’s dip into lesser known narrative VR experiences - Our peer review of Defector in the context of embodied cognitionFollow us on Twitter: @discovrdesignAv Aki Järvinen, Dooley Murphy
 
We’re back from our summer break! Season 2 kicks off with a recap of our VR-related activities, including visits to immersive non-VR experiences such as Sleep No More by Punch Drunk and Coma by Darkfield. We also briefly cover Oculus’ announcements from Oculus Connect 6, before moving onto our interview with Drew MacQuarrie and his research into Ci…
 
Episode 10: “What makes an immersive experience meaningful?”In our final episode of Season 1, we cover the following:- What’s up: Dooley’s upcoming trip to Asia, Aki’s recap of Surroundscapes immersive audio event- Question of the month debrief: Best VR audio- Vocabulary: 'Meaning' in interaction design- Peer review: assigning a new title for next …
 
In episode 9, we cover the following:- What’s up: War of the Worlds immersive experience, Dooley’s conference visits to Hamburg & Santa Fe- Peer review: Wolves in the Walls and Fisherman’s Tale- Question of the month revisited Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/discoVRdesignAv Aki Järvinen, Dooley Murphy
 
In this talk Edmund De Waal talk movingly about is his notions of beauty and belonging. Edmund de Waal is an artist and writer, best known for his large-scale installations of porcelain vessels. His interventions and artworks have been made for diverse historic spaces and museums worldwide, including the V&A Museum London, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, th…
 
In this delightful fast paced anecdote filled discussion Olga Polizzi opens up about the meaning of good taste, being part of a family dynasty and her hatred of pillow menus! Olga Polizzi Director of Design at Rocco Forte Hotels and Deputy Chairman of the company. Her latest works for Rocco Forte Hotels include The Savoy Hotel in Florence, Villa Ke…
 
Es Devlin shares the alchemy involved in creating national experiences and group memory. Es Devlin is an artist and designer known for her recent large scale collective poetry work in Trafalgar Square: PLEASE FEED THE LIONS, 2018. Her stage sculptures include collaborations with Beyonce, Kanye West, U2, The Weekend, Adele, The Royal Opera House, Th…
 
An intimate discussion about the power of spaces born of Adjaye’s own experience growing up. His brother who is a wheel chair user was regular unable to access buildings and this evolved to a personal crusade that national spaces should be for all. Sir David Adjaye OBE is an architect who's Smithsonian Institution National Museum of African America…
 
Multi disciplinary designer Martino Gamper explains how being asked to leave high school allowed him to find his passion, and innate talent, as a maker and designer. Martino Gamper’s practice spans design and art venues. Gamper has presented his works and projects internationally, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, London, V&A Museum, London, MIMOCA, Maru…
 
The man that shaped many a teenage year was almost never part of our cultural narrative as a series of chance meetings drove his career forward. Peter Saville as founder and art director of the legendary independent UK label Factory Records he designed a series of record sleeves for Joy Division and New Order between 1979 and 1993. His achievements…
 
In episode 7, we cover the following:- What’s up: Immersive Arts Lab, Opera Beyond XR project- Peer review: Self-Portrait (Interior) by Theo Triantafyllidis: https://theotrian.itch.io/self-portrait-interior- Guest interview: Tilt Brush artist Rosie Summers on her practiceAv Aki Järvinen, Dooley Murphy
 
In episode 6, we discuss the following:- Guest interview: Doug North Cook on Immersive Design Residency at Fallingwater and creating Immersive Media university courses - Peer review: State of social VR design in Rec Room, AltSpaceVR, VRChat, Sansar, and High Fidelity - Our ongoing question of the week: Which VR experiences present the most interest…
 
In the episode, we discuss the following:- Design Deep Dive: Rhythm games' design through Audica and Beat Saber- VR Peer Review: Aki’s thoughts on Mindshow and Dooley’s on Luna- Guest interview: Anton and Natalia and the Kessler Effect VR film - Question of the week debrief, and a new one about VR storytelling…
 
In the second episode, we discuss the following:- Dooley’s upcoming article on the notion of empathy and VR- Aki’s take on the first half of Blake J. Harris’s book on the birth of Oculus Rift: History of the Future- Vocabulary: “Agency”, what it means and how do researchers vs designers vs consumers understand it- VR Peer Review: Aki’s thoughts on …
 
This is the inaugural episode of our podcast, hosted by Aki Järvinen and Dooley Murphy. In the show, we discuss the following:- How we came to be interested in VR and immersive media & tech in general- Vocabulary: What do umbrella terms like ‘Spatial Computing’ and ‘Immersive design’ mean?- Dooley’s VR piece Atrocity Exhibition- Design Deep Dive: A…
 
De ‘Space Age’ was een periode van ongekende welvaart en baanbrekende omwentelingen, van optimisme, geloof in de toekomst en een haast onbegrensd vertrouwen in wetenschap en techniek. Het optimisme van het ruimtetijdperk had een grote impact op vormgeving, architectuur, mode, film, muziek en techniek van de jaren ’60 en ‘70. Ook bij Philips. Het kw…
 
Misia Natanson was Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s friend and muse. He painted her portrait nine times in all. Find out more about this artist, who descended from an old aristocratic family, and the pianist from Saint Petersburg, who was the patroness of numerous other artists such as Renoir, Vallotton and Bonnard.…
 
The composition of Louis Moilliet’s richly colored painting is highly sophisticated. Find out more about this artist, who was born in Bern, and very unjustly destined to be overshadowed by his friends Paul Klee and August Macke. He accompanied them on a trip to Tunisia in 1914.Av Museum of Fine Arts Bern
 
Design is often used to tell a story. Design Museum Portland’s Story Hour, offers the opportunity to share tales of creativity and exploration, live and onstage. It begins with a theme and a group of storytellers, each story is unique, drawing from the tellers interpretation and experience. Whether it’s a student’s first forays or an established pr…
 
Despite its asymmetry, Piet Mondrian's painting emanates harmony and serenity. Find out more about why the Dutch artist decided to compose only with rectangles and black lines in his paintings. From the podcast series featuring highlights of the Kunstmuseum Bern Collection.Av Museum of Fine Arts Bern
 
Hans Arp and his wife Sophie Taeuber-Arp produced a number of artworks together. Find out in the video how the richly contrasting pictures mirror the relationship between the two artists. From the podcast series featuring highlights of the Kunstmuseum Bern Collection.Av Museum of Fine Arts Bern
 
Adolf Wölfli, who spent many years of his life in the Waldau psychiatric clinic near Bern, created a universe of his own in drawings and writings. The wealth of lines, patterns, musical notation and script is literally mesmerizing to look at. From the podcast series featuring highlights of the Kunstmuseum Bern Collection.…
 
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