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Digital Design in 2012

What will it mean to be a digital designer in 2012? Computer based tools, computer assisted processes, and computer-enabled experiences have all transformed the space. Design is a catch-all for so many creative practices - visual design, sound design, interaction design, all rolled into one as experience design. Or separated out in silos. Traditional techniques such as drafting and layout remain as relevant as ever but today's designers have access to technology that imitate many of these functions. The Apple iPad used as modelling clay (Autodesk 123D). The Microsoft Kinect recording motion captured live choreography. The Unity game engine as ...

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Mod Productions is part of an exciting collaboration led by Peter Morse, working with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, Terrapin Puppet Theatre, AARNET and the National Broadband Network to visualise and sonify the biometric (eg. EEG, ECG, temperature), spatial and audience interaction data collected during performances.

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ACO shoot this weekend

Here at Mod we're busy bees, getting everything organised for this week's shoot with the Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO).

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The low-down on Digital SLRs

Digital SLR (DSLR) cameras with video recording capability have created exciting new opportunities for film-makers. Over the last year, we have used a number of different models (Canon 5D, Canon 7D and Canon 550D) to shoot some exceptional footage with a minimum of fuss.

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Welcome home!

Today Mod Productions moved into its spunky new warehouse office space in Surry Hills. Think spacious open-plan layout, a big wall of windows, wooden floorboards and a stack of creative professionals tapping away on keyboards & collaborating on ideas.

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