Online fashion show turns heads
Ratava's Line, a collaborative online fashion-drama project created in 2003 by students from SFU Surrey's new School of Interactive Arts and the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, was hailed by the influential Women's Wear Daily as “a new dimension in a new millennium.”
The project features original student-designed fashions, rendered into 3-D by students in the Interactive Arts program at the Surrey campus, and a cyber-mystery for users to participate in and solve.
The Interactive Arts program is designed for students who want to combine their artistic skill with technology. Courses include broadcast media for TV, video and film; mechanical media for robots, handheld computers and interactive devices; and performance media for dance, theatre and entertainment.
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SFU Surrey news release