Image 1: The City of Nature by Zahari Hamidon, 2018 The images show the additional ideas attached to the original photo. Imagine, we live in this environment. Do you believe that it will […]
Dr Zahari Hamidon is currently an Associate Professor at Cluster of Education and Social Sciences | Learning Technology at Open University Malaysia. He is a Program Director for Master of Instructional Design and Technology (MIDT),Open University Malaysia
Image 1: The process of stylization of the “Bird and Nest”(2018) by Zahari Hamidon Stylization and stylized (or “stylisation” and “stylised” in (non-Oxford) British English, respectively) have a more specific […]
Image 1: Ideas on Concept Art by Zahari Hamdon Concept art is a form of illustration used to convey an idea for use in films, video games, animation, comic books, or other […]
Is it true that most of the images such as brush strokes, patches of color organized in a composition depict artist’s mental images?
Is it true that most of the images such as brush strokes, patches of colour organised in a composition depict artist’s mental images? Images: Series of drawing by an autistic child age […]
Do you know that in online learning, two main factors that will affect their learning activities is a time spend and skill? Justification of the study Learning time can be established through […]
What is art? Do you believe that art is always by your side? Or sometimes it is hiding in your heart and mind? Art can be the most essential […]
Do you agree if I say, instead of learning theory, general system theory is a foundation of instructional design. Thanks to James Swanson for his video entitled System Thinking. Bertalanffy (1968 p.19) […]
The emergence of new technology has given educators and learners the opportunity to explore knowledge independently. Internet teaching and learning occur anytime, anywhere, anyhow. The slides aim to equip and trigger ideas […]
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Art and Technology seems to be so close nowadays due to technology enhancement from time to time. Artist and designers able to express their ideas and emotion through computer. We should thanks to Benoit Mandelbrot who developed the visual articulation of mathematical or scientific data such as imaging of fractals in 1975 (Grabowski & Fick,2009:36), which I think have make our ways of expressing our ideas and transferring our creativity more fluid and flexible in producing our artworks.