ECAL — Bachelor Media & Interaction Design

  1. Project by ECAL/Emma Grosu, Isaïa Delaplace, Gary Sandoz, Viktor Gagné
    Tutor: Patrick Keller
    ECAL / University of Art and Design, Lausanne Switzerland
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    Soundtoys coded by 1st year Bachelor students in Media & Interaction Design as part of a semester project led by Gaël Hugo.

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  2. Projects by ECAL Media & Interaction Design
    One week workshop led by Samy La Crapule
    Projects made by first, second and third year students
    Bachelor Media & Interaction Design
    Assistant: Pierry Jaquillard & Kylan Luginbühl
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    Avatars - It is around this theme that we spent this week of workshop with Samy La Crapule. The idea was to learn around the software Daz Studio in order to create a virtual CGI avatar. The results presented here are the result of a week's work for the 1CVMID, 2CVMID and 3CVMID students.

    You can find more details about each project on our Instagram @ecal_mid

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  3. Projects by ECAL Media & Interaction Design
    One week workshop led by Ines Alpha and Aaron Jablonski
    Projects made by first year students
    Bachelor Media & Interaction Design
    Assistant: Pierry Jaquillard & Kylan Luginbühl
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    Hide & Reveal - It is around the theme "Hide / Reveal" that we spent this week of workshop with Ines Alpha and Aaron Jablonski. The idea was to learn around the software "Spark AR" in order to develop a face filter for Instagram. The results presented here are the result of a week's work for the 2CVMID and 3CVMID students.

    You can find all these filters and try them on the Instagram @ecal_mid

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  4. Heads of project : Vincent Jacquier, Pauline Saglio
    ECAL / University of Art and Design, Lausanne Switzerland
    Bachelor Media & Interaction Design
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    Behind the derision-filled title Fantastic Smartphones, alternative accessories, interactive installations and machine performances highlight the excesses relating to our use of these devices.
    By imagining innovative ways of interacting with our smartphones or by delegating our repetitive actions to machines, this exhibition takes a critical look at a society that has become addicted to an object that seems to have become indispensable : the “smart” phone.

    Is this object, which was initially perceived as an extension, still a source of pleasure or has it become a source of alienation? Bachelor Media & Interaction Design students provide answers to this question through a series of installations that address different aspects of this issue in an original and immersive way. Visitors will be able to discover how to save time when using a dating app; cheat on their personal health data through bots; illustrate the time lost away from their phone; engrave their name on a Wall of Fame to evaluate the value of their actions on social networks; attend a discussion between two smartphones; scroll to infinity in a mesmerising way; discover neologisms relating to new digital behaviours; free themselves from digital addictions; discover what really happens in the cloud thanks to a visual allegory; or witness the strange choreography of a robotic arm that takes pictures of itself with a selfie stick.

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    Video by ECAL/Gianni Camporota & Léonard Guyot

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    First Release

    From 5 to 10 September 2021 at the Milan Design Week (Spazio Orso 16), ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne presents a series of projects and installations developed by Bachelor Media & Interaction Design students, that address our relationship with smartphones and the way they influence our daily behaviour.

    Press Preview: 5 September, 9am – 11am
    Times: 5 – 9 September, 11am – 8pm
    10 September, 11am – 4pm

    Spazio Orso 16
    Via dell’Orso 16
    20121 Milano
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  5. Project by ECAL / Valerio Meschi
    Tutors: Alain Bellet, Gaël Hugo, Laura Nieder, Pauline Saglio
    Assistants: Pierry Jaquillard, Paul Lëon, Kylan Luginbühl, Sébastien Matos
    ECAL / University of Art and Design, Lausanne Switzerland
    Bachelor Media & Interaction Design
    Images by Jimmy Rachez
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    The barrier of entry to sound synthesis software has historically been kept high by visually abstract, overloaded interfaces and expensive ecosystems like those of Pure Data or MAX. Tone Alembic seeks to make sound experimentation accessible to a beginner audience. It does so by offering a platform consisting of a digital interface that abstracts many of the concepts of synthesis in favour of a more visual approach and a set of MIDI controllers that allow more hands-on interaction with the interface while providing everything one needs to get started creating sounds.

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ECAL — Bachelor Media & Interaction Design

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The Media & Interaction Design Unit is part of the Visual Communication Department at ECAL/University of art and Design Lausanne.

THE COURSE AIMS TO GIVE STUDENTS IN-DEPTH SKILLS IN
- The artistic direction of visual communication projects
- Interaction…


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The Media & Interaction Design Unit is part of the Visual Communication Department at ECAL/University of art and Design Lausanne.

THE COURSE AIMS TO GIVE STUDENTS IN-DEPTH SKILLS IN
- The artistic direction of visual communication projects
- Interaction Design
- Interactive Application (web and mobile)
- Motion Design
- Development of reactive and interactive systems and environments
- Communication and Digital Identity

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