Our Media degree students and Media exchange students have been involved in 50 (Fifty!) design and development projects this spring. Fifteen of them have been part of Demola Academy (Read the story about the pitching contest).
Some projects were present at Media Spring Expo last week. The expo worked in two ways - there was a project poster exhibition, and also students showcasing their projects.
|This spring we decided that the students can make the project reports in |
poster format instead of the traditional heap of paper.
The poster on the left from Gem Dropper, an iPhone game project developed for Wooga. Media programme student in the project is Emma Kiiski and project tutors Carita Forsgren and Juha Ollikainen.
Read more: http://demola.fi/projects/demola-trainee-programme-gem-dropper
The two other poster projects introduced later in this post.
The poster on upper right is Sabrina Seidls project designing the visuals for the Movie “In This House”; logo, DVD cover, label & menu, titles.
Clients: TAMK and Salford University Tutor: Sohvi Sirkesalo
|Exchange student Katerina Matulova from Film Academy of Miroslav |
Ondříček in Písek (FAMO) introducing her project to Kirsi Karimäki
The poster in the center is about Katerina Matulova's Demola Project Pikku Kakkonen website + Arduino = cool stuff
http://demola.fi/projects/pikku-kakkonen-website-arduino-cool-stuffClient: YLE Tutor: Tuomo Joronen
|Lecturer Sohvi Sirkesalo following Sanna Kuisma's project presentation.|
Sanna Kuisma is member of the Demola team for "wAUi - web based Automation User interface for industrial applications"
http://demola.fi/projects/waui-web-based-automation-user-interface-industrial-applicationsClient: Metso Tutors: Ari Närhi and Juha Ollikainen
|Senior Lecturer Ari Närhi commenting Joonas Nissinen's project|
Joonas Nissinen's Demola project is "Social Music Listening through Mood Pictures PART2"
http://demola.fi/projects/social-music-listening-through-mood-pictures-part2Client: Nokia Tutor: Kirsi Karimäki
|Albert van Zylexplains his game project to Senior Lecturer Juha Ollikainen|
Anski and Blip is a 2D puzzle platformer web game developed by Albert van Zyl.
Client: Armor Games Tutor: Principal Lecturer Tuomo Joronen
|Anna-Kaisa Nässi introducing the posters of Girls&IT|
The Girls & IT project aimed at promoting IT to get girls to take an education within the IT field. The project visuals were made by Maria Hære & Anna-Kaisa Nässi.
Client: Capgemini Norway Tutor: Carita Forsgren
|In the afternoon Demola projects were showcased at New Factory.|
Maria Hære and Mikko Haverila
Mikko Haverila and Maria Haere are members of the Demola team "Gamification of Energy Awareness"
http://demola.fi/projects/gamification-energy-awarenessClient: Tamk Tutor: Kirsi Karimäki
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