Faculty of Arts & Science
In the Digital Futures program, students create the technologies that shape the way we live, work, and play. Students develop games, wearable technology, mobile apps, VR, interactive installations, and augmented reality. Students learn how these new technologies can solve problems, deal with contemporary issues, and create future possibilities.
“Anything new excites me. More possibilities, expanding boundaries, exploring creativity. ”
“I am an interdisciplinary artist and designer who seeks to create enthralling and impactful narratives through a variety of digital and interactive media. I am wildly passionate about games, VR, education, storytelling, and innovation. Let’s create. ”
“I have always had an interest of the sublime or the search for something for that. I want to explore the conversation on why we feel things instead of what. Why do we feel the way we do when faced by a certain object, color, or emotion?. ”
“During GradEx108, visit https://creativerising.ca/ website to book a creative coaching sample session using the Playshop: Karaoke installation room. More”
Qinxinrui （Carole） Zhu
“I believe that great design should be experienced and felt, not just seen. My approach to design is rooted in empathy, putting myself in the shoes of the user to create intuitive and engaging experiences. With a keen eye for detail, I focus on... More”
Ziqi Guo aka.
“My work is driven by a deep passion for exploring the intersection of art and design, and a desire to push the boundaries of what is possible through the power of imagination and ingenuity. ”
“I am passionate about making websites accessible and a good user experience for both abled and disabled people. The web world is growing rapidly but I have a different perspective on if web designing is getting better for users or staying the same... More”
“Kahani Ploessl is a generative artist passionate about exploring the bounds between digital and physical reality - the technological and the natural, the enigmatic and the computational, the immaterial and the material. ”
Celebrate the work of OCAD U’s class of 2022/2023!