Students Explore Rapid Prototyping with PROtoDUCTION:

A RP acorn
An annual exhibition of the work of students at ASU’s VizProto course, a 3D visualization and prototyping course. A part of the Herberger College School of Art since 1998, the VizProto course allows students to experience and experiment with rapid prototyping technologies. Luckily for us, many of the projects are documented at the VizProto course website, although the most recent documented course is spring 2004. Like any course, the final projects are not necessarily marketable products or processes, but are instead explorations of this developing medium; although some projects, like the customized action figure project, almost sell themselves.

If you happen to be in the area of Arizona State University, you can check out PROtoDUCTION running from April 29th until May 9th. If you do happen to attend, let us know how it went, and send pictures! If you’re not able to attend, I’d recommend visiting the course website and looking at some of the cool projects they’ve documented.

image courtesy of Sarah Hatton.
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