New Technologies or Design Techniques
New technologies, tools, and techniques that make, form, augment, explore, and construct are what the Studio is all about. These technologies should provide new ways to represent data, interpret information, or produce tangible results. Studio attendees from all backgrounds and experience levels will engage with the work you present. We encourage you to envision how attendees might benefit from learning about, and using, your technology.
Installations are hands-on projects that encourage creative activities designed to engage and teach while producing a tangible or digital result. Installations will be presented in the Studio throughout the entire conference, providing an opportunity for attendees and project presenters to collaborate and learn from each other. It is important to consider the length of time required for a newcomer to complete the project when submitting a proposal for an installation. Durations between 30 minutes and a couple of hours are ideal.
All workshops must have specific and well-defined learning objectives. Studio Workshops should educate attendees on state-of-the-art processes, workflow pipelines, or techniques ranging from beginner to advanced skill level. Preference will be given to submissions that relate to or encourage installations or use of platforms available in the Studio. Workshops in the Studio are short (1.5 hours) or Multi-Day. The Multi-day courses involve three, 90-minute courses taught on back-to-back days at the same time. Topics must build on one another.