Art Design Education in the New Era Featured with the Integration of Arts and Motion Sensing Technology
Qin Jia 1
Zhao Keheng 1
Yu Haiyang 1  
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Changzhou Institute of Technology, CHINA
Yu Haiyang   

School of Arts and Design, Changzhou Institute of Technology, No.1, WuShan Rd., Xinbei Dist, Changzhou City 213022, Jiangsu Province, China. Tel: +86-0519-8511-9701
Online publish date: 2017-08-23
Publish date: 2017-08-23
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2017;13(8):5883–5891
Art forms change with the development of technology in different times, which constantly challenges art design education in different eras. The purpose of this article is to study how to offer art design education that meets the needs of technology in different times both in contents and philosophy. First, a general integration module is proposed via a deep analysis on the continuously integrating and developing relationship between arts and technology based on an understanding on art concept. Then, the trend of the combination of motion sensing technology to art forms is pointed out with a detailed introduction to motion sensing technology categories and their integration forms. Finally, a new era art design education concept that meets the trend of arts and technology integration as well as new art design education contents under the background of motion sensing technology are concluded.
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