Studio of Objects

hijack led the project Studio of Objects, with research partner Kingston University, technology partner Touchpress and Dacapo after receiving a Digital R&D Award for the Arts from Nesta/AHRC/Arts Council to support their project Studio of Objects. The project used a 360-degree archaeological laser scan to capture the preserved studio of artist EduardoPaolozzi. The 3D scans used revolutionary code for tablets to explore how users interact and navigate the studio with this innovative technology.

Also supported by the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, V&A, Tate Modern, British Library, Pallant House Gallery and the Paolozzi Foundation.