September sees the closure of the 10th National College Digital Art Design Competition (NCDA Awards for future designers) both on provincial and national levels. In the national finals, a SUES teacher won a national first prize, while the students won 3 national first prizes, 5 national second prizes and 8 national third prizes in the non-proposition category. The winning works cover various types of designs, including digital image and video designs, interaction design, modeling design and game design.
Mountains-and-Waters Tonality by Luo Jingyu won the national first prize of the teachers group. Inspired by Chinese landscape painting, this work adopts Pjs language in programming, and uses the synaestic technique to visualize Chinese Zither music such as A Moonlit Night on the Spring River, Fisherman’s Song at Dusk, High Mountains and Running water, generating a long axis of Chinese traditional landscape painting.
National First Prize Winning Work: Mountains-and-Waters Tonality
National First Prize Winning Work: Red Boat Museum
National First Prize Winning Work: Super Brain
National First Prize Winning Work: Thousands of Gongs in Clouds
National First Prize Winning Work: Guarding the Green
National College Digital Art Design Competition (NCDA Awards for future designers) is a renowned high-level competition in the field of art and design. It is one of the most influential professional competitions that attracts active participation of college students, providing them with an important platform to perform design innovation activities. Adhering to the principle of serving the people and training future designers, the competition attaches equal importance to art and technology, academia and public welfare, guides college students to serve the society with professional knowledge, improves their ability to innovate and practice, expands their international vision and team spirit, so that they can become core designers in the future.