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Graduation Show 2014

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The graduating class of KAIST’s Department of Industrial Design opened its graduation exhibition for ten days starting on December 7 at the first floor lobby of the Industrial Design Department Building. The title of this year’s exhibition is “Design Hatch”. The x-ray looking image of an egg represents our potential not as students but now as up-and-coming designers. Through the image, we also signal our readiness to surprise the world with what we can offer. Showing our most recent works, this exhibition explores the following themes: sensing, logging, interaction, and open source. For more information, Click here.
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