Angel Ho's Tactilight featured on Daily Planet

 

Friday, February 10, 2017

MAAD alumna Angel Ho brought her fascinating Tactilight to the set of Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet show on February 8th. The unique and mesmerizing lamp started out as Ho’s thesis project: LED lights embedded into handmade paper that reacts to the user’s manipulations. The latest iteration is made of durable Tyvek which is used in construction as a building envelope.  

Ho has been chosen to represent OCAD University at the upcoming One of a Kind Show's Craft Community of Canada. This section celebrates the educational institutions and organizations in the art and craft community that teach, foster talent, grant opportunities and increase exposure of uniquely talented artists and artisans.

 

 

 

Ball made of pleated paper that expands and contracts, with lights inside
The Tactilight

Think Tank and Metrolinx
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by Christian Piasentin
REVISED -- 30 OCADU student illustrations have been selected for publication in 3x3 Illustration Annual No. 16 and/or its website! 
David Griffin participating in a visual-literacy research project (as OCAD U researcher), alongside the Alright-Knox Gallery and Univ. Buffalo, and Vanderbilt University in TN. The project is a scientific study testing whether visual art training can enhance visual perception and visual cognition skills.
It is with tremendous sadness that we let you know that Christine Crosbie passed away on the weekend, following a short battle with cancer. Christine has been a valued colleague, friend and key member of the OCAD University community since she joined the Marketing & Communications team in 2013. This is a devastating loss. Our hearts go out to her family, friends and all who were fortunate enough to know her.
Message from the President Regarding Harassment Complaint
Higher Education Category winning group; Alastair MacLeod (fifth from left), photo courtesy: ORION
ORION, a not-for-profit organization committed to supporting Ontario’s researchers, educators and innovators, has awarded Alastair MacLeod, Chief Information Officer, OCAD University, with a 2019 ORION Leadership Award. The award was presented to MacLeod today at a ceremony during the Advance Ontario Conference, a three-day conference looking at the future of innovation and technology in research, education and industry.
GradEx MEda Winners
Graduating students from each of the 7 Graduate programs were recognized for their high academic standards, creativity and mastery of technique with an OCAD University Medal
Stephen Foster
OCAD University is very excited to announce that it has appointed Stephen Foster as Dean of the Faculty of Art, effective January 1, 2020. Reporting to the Vice-President, Academic & Provost, Foster will be responsible for the educational and research leadership, development and supervision of the Faculty of Art and its integration into the University’s Academic and Strategic Plans. 
Daily Planet host Dan Riskin with Angel Ho, OCAD U alumna
Friday, February 10, 2017

MAAD alumna Angel Ho brought her fascinating Tactilight to the set of Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet show on February 8th. The unique and mesmerizing lamp started out as Ho’s thesis project: LED lights embedded into handmade paper that reacts to the user’s manipulations. The latest iteration is made of durable Tyvek which is used in construction as a building envelope.  

Ho has been chosen to represent OCAD University at the upcoming One of a Kind Show's Craft Community of Canada. This section celebrates the educational institutions and organizations in the art and craft community that teach, foster talent, grant opportunities and increase exposure of uniquely talented artists and artisans.

 

 

 

Poster: 
Ball made of pleated paper that expands and contracts, with lights inside