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Advancing Creative Visual Thinking with Constructive Function-based Modelling.

Pasko, A., Adzhiev, V., Malikova, E. and Pilyugin, V., 2013. Advancing Creative Visual Thinking with Constructive Function-based Modelling. Journal of Information Technology Education: Innovations in Practice, 12, 59-71.

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DOI: 10.28945/1770

Abstract

Modern education technologies are destined to reflect the realities of a modern digital age. The juxtaposition of real and synthetic (computer-generated) worlds as well as a greater emphasis on visual dimension are especially important characteristics that have to be taken into account in learning and teaching. We describe the ways in which an approach to constructive shape modelling can be used to advancing creative visual thinking in artistic and technical education. This approach assumes the use of a simple programming language or interactive software tools for creating a shape model, generating its images, and finally fabricating a real object of that model. It can be considered an educational technology suitable not only for children and students but also for researchers, artists, and designers. The corresponding modelling language and software tools are being developed within an international HyperFun Project. These tools are easy to use by students of different age, specialization and abilities, and can easily be extended and adapted for various educational purposes in different areas.

Item Type:Article
ISSN:2165-3151
Uncontrolled Keywords:interactive geometric modeling; computer animation; scientific visualization; 3D printing; hyperfun; constructionism learning theory; visual thinking
Group:Faculty of Media & Communication
ID Code:33763
Deposited By: Unnamed user with email symplectic@symplectic
Deposited On:16 Mar 2020 12:54
Last Modified:16 Mar 2020 12:54

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