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01 November 2012
Hundreds of images of University life were projected onto the University’s Main Building using multiple lighting techniques and cutting-edge technology.
The Open Air Gallery, held as part of the Student High Street launch, was inspired by the Welsh School of Architecture who ran a similar event with students as part of a teaching module in May 2012.
School Research Associate, Nick Humes, said: "The module allowed students to explore themes and techniques which are often outside that of ‘typical’ design projects. Innovative methods and tools were used in a way which explored architecture outside the studio and resulted in outputs which engaged the public through an exciting and novel medium.
"The possibilities with this technology are endless and I feel very proud that our students have been the first to work with Philips on such a project and to have been at the forefront of this development."
Click here to view a selection of images from the event.
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