Virgin and Rabbit, the digital image displayed in the exhibition from May 24 to June 15, is a creation of students from the Department of Computer Science & Communication Engineering. Ten creative works were on display at the exhibition including video, animation, microfilm and music video. These are the bases of Taiwan digital creation at its best. Through them, anyone can figure out what this generation is thinking about.
CHEN, JIA-YU and LIN, GENG DE have made a small pyramid where three machines work simultaneously to project an auto-stereoscopy called - Dual Blade’s War.
Chen, Jia-Yu and Lin, Geng De respectively acted as samurai and ninja in the play. They used three cameras to take the video. Since they wanted to present the small pyramid, they had to be very careful of taking its angle and reflection. After suffering for a month, the video has finally succeeded.
Their efforts have been truly paid when they received their award for the competition. Providence University College of Computing and Informatics is honored and proud of their students’ achievements. Congratulations!