CMU School of Design Video of the Week

  1. This product exploration aims to create an experience that engages people in the act of making. It showcases how game design can potentially be used achieve this goal.

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  2. In Fall 2014 as part of the Graduate CD Studio, Professor Stacie Rohrbach challenged students to clearly explain a topic that is often abstract and difficult to grasp using visuals, sound, and motion. After understanding a topic of their choosing, students worked to convey their discoveries to others as a designed story that is concise, concrete, and cohesive. In this piece, Chelsea Kim explores the phenomenon of Alice in Wonderland Syndrome.

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  3. In Fall 2014 MDes/MPS CD Studio, Professor Stacie Rohrbach challenged students to clearly explain a topic that is often abstract and difficult to grasp using visuals, sound, and motion. After understanding a topic of their choosing, students worked to convey their discoveries to others as a designed story that is concise, concrete, and cohesive. In this piece, Lorraine Shim brings clarity to the scientific process that creates the Aurora Borealis.

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  4. In the Fall 2014 Time Motion & Communication class, instructor Dan Boyarski asks students to create a video using a piece of music, and visualize its rhythm and its mood.

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  5. Created in Stacie Rohrbach's Graduate Design Studio I, this project assignment took a complex topic and distilled it into an easy-to-understand 3 minute (or less) video. Andrea Fineman used this project to explore storytelling specifically to teach an audience a complex subject.

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