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Sep 2020

Matthew Sass Teaches Digital Prototyping

During the fall of 2020, Lead Industrial Designer Matthew Sass continues his long standing appointment as an Adjunct Faculty member at Carnegie Mellon by teaching a Studio Lab in the Design Department. This spring he will also be leading an Advanced Studio Elective. Together, these courses introduce the technologies and processes of CAD and prototyping to degree-track undergraduate industrial design students.

Things are a little different this fall, due to COVID-related distancing, and his class will be entirely remote, but all of the same methods of integrating software, visual thinking, and 3D-printing that industrial designers have always relied upon to describe and communicate form will explored and output through a variety of exercises and assignments.