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התוכנית המשולבת למדעי המחשב ועיצוב
The joint program in Computer Science and Design

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האקדמיה בצלאל והאוניברסיטת עברית בירושלים מאפשרות בשיתוף פעולה ייחודי תוכנית לימודים חמש-שנתית שמטרתה לקדם חדשנות טכנולוגית. תלמידי התכנית רוכשים ידע שיטתי במדעי מחשב במקביל להעמקה בלימודי העיצוב במטרה לטפח חדשנות מתוך דיאלוג בין הדיסיפלינות. בוגרי התוכנית יקבלו שני תארים:

> תואר ראשון במדעי המחשב מהאונ׳ העברית (BSc)
> תואר ראשון בעיצוב (BDes) או באמנות (BFA) מאחת המחלקות באקדמיה בצלאל‎

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צור קשר

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Meet Shaked Loktis

Department: Ceramics

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Meet Michael Fink

Department: Industrial Design

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Meet Moshe Rosenschein

Department: Visual Communication

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Meet Matan Zohar

Department: Visual Communication

 2015- current: Sr. Software Developer at Autodesk Tel Aviv. Developing products and tools for parametric design and digital manufacturing.

 2014: R&D at Walt Disney Imagineering developing experiences for VR, and developing propietery tools for artists.

 2013: Reaserch intern at Disney Research Zurich around subject of 3D reconstruction.

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Meet Adi Erteschik

Department: Visual Communication

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Meet Jasmin Rubinovitz

Department: Ceramics

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Project v2.0 / Moshe Rosenschein

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Program Website / Matan Zohar

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Auditory Maze / Matan Zohar

Auditory Maze from Ars Electronica 2013

Digital technologies have extensively changed our perceptions of space, mostly due to the integration of virtual spaces in our everyday lives. Yet in actual spaces our spatial perception relies mainly on our rich visual system. We see rooms, hallways and obstacles and use them as visual signals in order to understand how the space around us is constructed and to derive the feeling it projects. Sometimes we also rely on our tactile experience, our hands on the walls of a dark corridor or a pain in our toe when it hits the corner of a room. All of these make us update our virtual mental maps.

Auditory Maze explores whether an empty space can generate this mental map of walls, corridors and corners not by the interpretation of visual inputs, but by auditory feedbacks that acoustically describe the borders and limitations of the surrounding space. By doing so, automated behavioral patterns and modes of perception are disrupted and reformulated.