The Information Technology Department held a Digital Arts Project Presentation on May 10, 2017 at the Mac Laboratory entitled Case of Britannia: The Missing Masterpiece. The exhibit featured various thesis projects that showcased the proficiency of the students in using various software, such as in 2D and 3D Animation, Augmented Reality, Film Editing, and Website Development.
As part of FEU Tech’s Project-Based Learning, students are required to get actual clients and work on actual projects with an authentic and engaging problem and look for better ways to solve them. Students are encouraged to handle projects that will address community issues and be socially relevant.
Working on live projects is difficult because of the expectations of the clients. But for the students, seeing their output on display is truly satisfying and overwhelming especially when they received positive feedback from their clients. For them, this experience taught them how to apply the core values of an iTamaraw which are Fortitude, Excellence, and Uprightness.
The awarding of the best project will be on June 5, 2017. Who will conquer and stand out as the best thesis? We’re all excited to find out!