Creative Technology Lab @ FCAD
Jan 17
Jan 26 2020
Exhibition

Ryerson University’s Creative Technology Lab is an advanced technology-based workshop that supports creative research, specialized curriculum, and entrepreneurship activities across all nine Faculty of Communication and Design schools and Ryerson zones. The Creative Technology Lab looks to disrupt and revolutionize the use of technology within the creative fields by leveraging digital fabrication, 3D printing, textile computing, AR/VR, and robotics.

The Creative Technology Lab at FCAD showcases several projects that utilize the Kuka robots. Additionally, this exhibition features student-led projects and faculty research that ranges from AR/VR to carbon fiber structures, clay 3D printing, and projection mapping.

Participants
Adrian Kenny, Jonathon Anderson, Lihin Weerakoon, Linda Zhang, Steve Daniels, Kris Alexander, Chris and Shawna Meyer (University of Miami School of Architecture + Visiting Scholar of the Creative Technology Lab), and more.
Creative Technology Lab @ FCAD
VR control of a Kuka robot. project by Taiga Robotics
Creative Technology Lab @ FCAD
Students working in the metals lab
Creative Technology Lab @ FCAD
Computer controlled 3d knitting with a Stoll
Creative Technology Lab @ FCAD
Student working on the 3 axis MultiCAM CNC mill and knife cutter