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Students of the National Institute of Design (NID) have collaborated with the Innovation Design Engineering (IDE) department of the Royal College of Art (RCA) and Imperial College London (ICL) in the 'Go Global' project which will culminate on 9 April. The project had begun on March 21. Themed 'Craftology', it aims to explore the concept of technology-enhanced craft.
Sixty students took part in this collaborative project of cross-cultural inter-disciplinary groups. The students have been divided into 12 groups of 5 each.
According to Professor Ramakrishna Rao, coordinator, furniture and interior design at NID, "These students worked together for three weeks and will present the final outcome of their research findings and solutions. Each of these groups has a set of ideas which they will share with the audience and other students."The project presentation will be followed by poster and concept exhibition which is also a creation of these students.
The students were asked to work on five themes:
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