Using photographic material from public digital archives –such as Europeana– and local cultural institutions archives, this workshop invites to explore the world of playful design. The aim is to create interactive experiences using digital tools like Unity 3D, one of the most popular game development platforms of the moment. Digitalised archives from Barcelona in the 1960s and 1970s will be at the disposal of participants to create interactivities and creatively reuse these historical materials.
This workshop is open to makers, designers, game developers, architects, visual artists and all interested in playful and interaction design. Unity 3D knowledge is not required, and participants will be encouraged to share their projects online after the workshop.
This workshop will be facilitated by RMIT games researcher Jussi Holopainen (PhD)
RMIT University, leading institution in design, architecture, technology, arts and business, with more than 80,000 students in Australia and Vietnam, organizes this workshop.
1. Xavier Miserachs. “La Rambla, Barcelona, 1962”. MACBA Collection. Study Centre. Xavier Miserachs Fonds
2. Xavier Miserachs. “Barcelona, 1962”. MACBA Collection. Study Centre. Xavier Miserachs Fonds