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About me


About
Sergio Matheo Julian Sarmiento Pardo is an Interaction Designer graduate who specializes in 3D space exploration as a 3D artist, designer and developer. His lively personality and ambitious mindset allows him to work under pressure and create astonishing results. While he is known for his work with sophisticated technology, his wide range of interests expands into the ceramic arts as a potter.

Q&A
Are those your middle names or a long last name?
Both :) 2 middle names and 2 last names'Mom and Dads side.

So what do you have planned after school?
I plan on moving to Spain in the near future, get my scuba license and my wings! other than that, I am open to change everyday.

FUN FACTS
I don't like cake and/or cupcakes.

I might watch Chick flicks with my brother.

I LOVE cardio.






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About
Sergio Matheo Julian Sarmiento Pardo is an Interaction Designer graduate who specializes in 3D space exploration as a 3D artist, designer and developer. His lively personality and ambitious mindset allows him to work under pressure and create astonishing results. While he is known for his work with sophisticated technology, his wide range of interests expands into the ceramic arts as a potter. .



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Q&A
Are those your middle names or a long last name?
Both :) 2 middle names and 2 last names'Mom and Dads side.

So what do you have planned after school?
I plan on moving to Spain in the near future, get my scuba license and my wings! other than that, I am open to change everyday.
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FUN FACTS
I don't like cake and/or cupcakes.

I might watch Chick flicks with my brother.

I LOVE cardio.



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Mixed Reality: Pottery

Education
UI
Development

The fuse between modern technology and old-fashioned ceramic arts.

why?

There is an obstacle when trying to learn a new skill, especially within material arts and design such as Pottery Throwing, as it requires hands on experience.

what?

This Hololens application will solve the problems associated with learning to Pottery Throw. The use of mixed reality will allow students to learn at their own pace, and more importantly, to be able to witness instruction in their point of view.

how?

After extensive research, I narrowed down that the main problems with learning Pottery Throwing is amount of information being delivered as well as the instructors position in relation to the student. Focusing on finding solutions for those issues would enhance the learning curve of such skills.