Students undertaking the SAE’s Advanced Specialised Project module have been working around the clock in preparation for their in-house showcase this evening.
Minjun Baek, Natalie Scott, Vidur Hans and Joseph Knight will all be exhibiting their work with the programme including: a high-quality homemade headphone amp, a carefully penned "Oxford Music Scene Directory", a revolutionary new smart poster system and a 3D audio installation.
“Preparation has been absolutely full on for the majority of us,” said second-year Vidur Hans.
“From idea generation to final exhibition, we have all had a great deal of self-guided research and individual work to do. But it has been incredibly rewarding, in terms of experience.”
“I think I can speak for everyone when I say, that we shall all be thankful for the ASP module for introducing us to a self-guided project format and for preparing us for our Major Projects, which work in a similar way, on a larger scale.”
Students hope their ideas will be translated through their specialised projects, which will be dotted around the Oxford campus from 5:30pm onwards.
Advanced Specialised Project Programme
- Minjun Baek - DIY Headphone Amplifier
- Natalie Scott - "Oxford Music Scene Directory" - A guide for local and aspiring musicians.
- Vidur Hans - NFC "Smart Posters" advertising concept
- Joseph Knight - Audio Drama Showcase for Mental Illness Awareness
For more information visit the exhibition Facebook page.