Making of SDM-NYP Metaverse Lab
Step into the visionary world of Nanyang Polytechnic’s (NYP) School of Design & Media collaboration with Web3 firm Memotics at Singapore Design Week. Explore the transformative NYP Metaverse Lab, redefining learning in the Web 3.0 space. Uncover the potential of interoperable education, blending digital and real-world interactions for an engaging and flexible learning experience. Embrace a learner-centric approach, where diverse backgrounds and unique abilities become valuable assets. Witness the creative community reimagining collective knowledge as the key to growth. Experience a world where education, creativity, and technology converge, empowering individuals to thrive through learning.
Go behind the scenes and hear from students from the School of Design and Media about the creation of NYP Metaverse Lab.
Nanyang Polytechnic, School of Design & Media
Nanyang Polytechnic’s School of Design & Media nurtures innovative and enterprising learners through a powerful combination of art, design, technology, and expertise. The school’s hallmark is an educational model co-built with some of the industry’s biggest names, leading to additional mentorship programmes, certifications, and valuable opportunities for learners.
Memotics is a socially driven design platform innovating ways to create memories and emotions in the metaverse. The company takes a refreshing approach by using spatial design elements and storytelling beyond virtual worlds. By creating a safe space for people to share in both virtual and physical realms, Memotics enables close connections and engaging experiences.
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21 SEPTEMBER - 01 OCTOBER
LASALLE COLLEGE OF THE ARTS
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21 SEPTEMBER - 31 OCTOBER
NATIONAL DESIGN CENTRE
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21 SEPTEMBER - 01 OCTOBER
28 ALIWAL STREET
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