W03_109Highly engaging playful digital fashion design courses using mixed reality elements
Highly engaging playful digital fashion design courses using mixed reality elements.
Fashion education online short courses have not taken advantage of interactive technologies. There is a challenge in combining the most relevant parts of interactive gaming (worth £5.8billion), technical education (ed-tech worth £170million in the UK) and craft design (craft market UK worth
£3.4billion) empowering the consumer to playfully increase their skills and knowledge. This would be a completely new pioneering creative approach.
To create highly engaging playful digital fashion design courses using Virtual and Augmented reality, voice-assisted technology integrated with traditional medium to enhance the learning experience and create a more inclusive presentation for fashion design which is inherently multi-layered, and 3D to create a rich and stimulating learning environment for the student in their own homes. Their first content will look at Japanese inspired textile print and place it onto simple garments.
ANNETTE LENNERUP (Spain)
Fashion designer based in Madrid. Working as a consultant, she advises established brands and startups in areas of design and product development for both high-end fashion and the high street. Annette develops new concepts and works with clients’ established styles.
JOESKE SCHELLEN (The Netherlands)
An award-winning strategic and innovation-driven design leader with a proven track record of creating physical and digital products & experiences for multinational businesses. She currently runs her own consultancy, working with clients to push the boundaries of product innovation; creating great customer experiences, stronger brands and building design-led businesses.