Design and Technology Track
מסלול עיצוב וטכנולוגיה
'Processing Thoughts', Bili Regev, 2019
'Future Mobility' - A Collaboration with Tokyo University's Design Lab, 2020.
Guy Blender, Ben Lev, Naomi Slaney, Tom Reznikov.
Led by Ronel Mor and Dr. Romi Mikulinsky
'Artificial Motion', Yotam Yered. 2020. (Photography: Shay Ben Efraim)
'Crafted Material', Tamara Efrat, 2015.
'A Robotic Arm For Remedial Teaching'.Shai Zucker, 2019 (Photography: Dor Kedmi)
'Digital Joinery For Hybrid Carpentry', Shiran Magrisso, 2017 (Photography: Dor Kedmi)
Tal Nisim, 2020
'Traces', Dana Zelig, 2015 (Photography: Eyal Tagar)
The technological domain reinvents almost every field in our lives – agriculture and communication, relationships and education, transportation and health – changing the social fabric. Technological developments are created with the promise to disrupt the familiar fields, promote entire markets and industries and to change the future of mankind for the better.
The technological domain reinvents almost every field in our lives – agriculture and communication, relationships and education, transportation and health – changing the social fabric. Technological developments are created with the promise to disrupt the familiar fields, promote entire markets and industries and to change the future of mankind for the better. Technology surrounds us, it merges with man and shapes him, which is why in the year 2021 the concept nearly lost its meaning. Against this background – the 'Design & Technology' Track is attempting to understand the concept of technology as a promise for a better future, or as a creative response to human action.
The designer mediates between the technological to the mundane, giving technology shape and flavor in order to make it accessible to human beings. The role of the designers is to imagine, develop intuition, and establish it, to be critical and creative in order to enable man to dictate the desired forms of interaction. Technology is a tool and expression for the accumulative knowledge of human society, and the track enables each student to engage in materials which occupy him/her and which encourage imagination and action in favor of creating a change for the better.
The track offers collaborations with leading companies and start-ups, exceptional academic and artistic collaborations. Below are the collaborations which took place in recent years:
- Collaboration with the Departments of Art and Industrial Engineering and Management at the Ben Gurion University on the subject of Robotics
- Continuous collaboration with Amit Zoran's laboratory at the Hebrew University on the subjects of Craft and Technology
- Research-design collaboration with the Institute of Industrial Science at the Tokyo University, which engages in Biotechnology and Transportation of the Future
- Collaboration with Intel Company in search for possible applications for generative models