My second coding assignment is inspired by the possibilities of the Perlin noise code. When we were first introduced to this code in our MEDA102 tutorial, I was fascinated by the way a computer can craft something so natural and realistic through coding. I decided to abstract this concept of the natural vs the man-made … More Naturally Digital
It seems that in terms of foreign exchange students studying at Japanese universities, the native Japanese struggle to understand how to cater for these visiting students, regardless of whether they are interested in engaging or not. This discovery is supported by the digital presence of Japanese unis, both of which leave much to be desired. … More Culture-Tinted Glasses – Japanese Attitudes towards Foreign Exchange Students
I came into this subject knowing I wanted to focus my studies on Japan. The country has fascinated me ever since I began studying the language in high school, and that passion has not dwindled over the last 8 years. I hope to work with and among the Japanese in the future, perhaps even working … More Becoming a Gaijin Girl
The first excerpt of my research proposal for BCM212 is finally online, and I’m trying to deduce why communications and media students chose university. … More Research Proposal – Is University Still Necessary?