Destruction of living spaces: 3D digital origami for the children between 7-12
Demirel, Candaş (2012) Destruction of living spaces: 3D digital origami for the children between 7-12. [Thesis]
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A different visual representation was pursued in this project which was aimed to catch children aged between 7-12 attention to the problems of the environment. In the light of this research origami was selected as visual medium and origami models have been crafted in 3D format digitally and have been used in posters and animations. While problems of nature were expressed in the animations, practical solutions are given in the posters and importance of recycling was highlighted. Works have been done in the project have been shown to a child psychologist and ways to catch children attention have been asked. In the scope of the project digital origami works with similar target groups and their successes have been analyzed. All the works created were collected in a digital interface and presented with aditional elements to catch children attention. Final works of the project were presented to the members of SEV Üsküdar İlköğretim Okulu Environment Club and their responses were noted. This project was created to remind environmental consciousness and practical solutions for the children who are future of our world.
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