Office Hour: On Demand

Office Hours: Photogrammetry, 3D Printing and AR for Remote Learning

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Hands-on demos are critically important to the student experience in Juan Carlos Noguera’s Freshman design course at MICA. That posed a huge challenge when the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and MICA students left campus and scattered across the globe. Join our Office Hours session with Prof. Noguera to learn how his students captured their physical models with photogrammetry and AR techniques, and how his Form 3 printer helped bridge the geographic distance between him and his students.

What you will learn:

  • Hear how Prof. Noguera quickly transitioned to teaching his Freshman design courses online
  • Learn how photogrammetry and simple augmented reality (AR) methods can enhance your teaching toolkit
  • Discuss the role of 3D printing as a design and communication tool

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Webinar Speakers


Juan Carlos Noguera

Professor of Product Design, Maryland Institute College of Art
Juan Carlos Noguera is full-time faculty in MICA's Product Design Department. He holds a Masters of Industrial Design (MID) from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) and a Bachelors of Industrial Design (BID) from Universidad Rafael Landivar, in Guatemala City. A native Guatemalan, he was raised in a colorful and vivid culture. He quickly developed an interest in how things were made, tearing everything he owned apart, and putting it back together, often with a few leftover pieces. After graduation and a succession of projects related to design for development, Juan was chosen as a Fulbright fellow for the class of 2013 by the U.S. Department of State. He went on to be the lead designer for Voxel8, helping create the world’s first 3D Electronics printer. Juan was awarded as one of MIT Technology Review’s “Innovators under 35” LATAM in 2017.