Title: the era of additive manufacturing: what does 3D digital design technology mean to designers?
Speaker: Sun Lushan
Time: 9:30, May 16
Venue: Art College 1308
Host: Academy of Arts
Introduction: Sun Lushan, assistant professor, Department of consumer and design science, School of anthropology, Auburn University, USA. Research expertise: design cognition, human-computer interaction, design thinking, 3D printing application, digital textile printing, 3D human scanning simulation of sustainable design, design research methods. In 2008, he obtained a bachelor's degree from Louisiana State University, a master's degree from Kansas State University in 2012, and a doctor's degree from the Department of textile and apparel management of the University of Missouri in 2015. He was a teaching and research assistant and lecturer during his master's degree. Now he teaches in the Department of consumer and design science, Auburn University. He has practical experience in many institutions in China and the United States. He has published a series of international papers, and has won many awards in design.
Lecture content: Nowadays, with the increasing trend of additive manufacturing technology (3D printing) in our daily life, designers need to break through the traditional knowledge and skills that have been familiar for a long time to adapt to the challenge of 3D digital design, when designers need to use modern digital design technology to complete their design work, What is the most important and biggest challenge for them? What traditional technologies still need to be retained and improved in the era of 3D digital design? More importantly, today's designers need to understand how to face and adapt to the challenges of a completely different field, process and new design thinking? The report will be explored and discussed with you.
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