Study Advanced 3D Visualisation and Interaction in Scotland
research based programme of 60 weeks duration is open to students who have
completed the MDes in Animation programme or who have similar
qualifications from other institutions. This year is focused on the
production of a significant piece of animation through a process of
research. Students propose and self-direct an imaginative programme of study
with supervision from staff. Please click
here for further information on the programme.
- Doctor of Philosophy
DDS has a growing number of PhD students investigating various aspects of
advanced 3D visualisation and interaction. Doctoral students work alongside
staff and contribute to the growth of the Studio at all levels. They are
encouraged to publish their work; attend and present at seminars and
conferences; and contribute to ongoing and future DDS research projects.
topics cover a variety of subjects in 3D visualisation and interaction.
Current subjects of PhD study include: an anthropological study of cultural
influences in Second Life, the development of animations aimed at resolving
cultural conflicts (in Cyprus), the generation of 3D aural simulations of
concert halls and other performance spaces, the use of animation to explore
the representation of the face in Thai culture, the role of computer science
in an arts school, the automation of traditional arts techniques and the
processes involved in archaeological reconstruction using 3D computer
models. Please click
here for further information on PhD programme.
further information on any of these programmes, please contact:
School of Art
0044 141 353 4424