Interactive media lecturer, Te Rewa o Puanga - the School of Music and Creative Media Production
Tristan Bunn's research explores the creative, experimental, and practical applications of interactive technology. His career has seen him transition from graphic designer to interactive designer, then to developer -- and it is the convergence of these fields that now form the core focus of his work.
Creative technologies • interactive media • web design & development
Automatic Marking System for Vector Graphics Drawing Tasks (2016)
Automated marking software is typically limited to grading multiple-choice and matching(-up) type questions. However, recent advances in web-browser technologies provide opportunities for more powerful and intelligent ways of interpreting and comparing data. This research explored the feasibility of an automatic marking system that compares images with vector graphic recreations.
Programming Fundamentals for New Media Design Students (2009)
An investigation into and development of a free, open-source programming environment for creating static, animated, and interactive code-generated artworks; this provides graphic/web designers, and any aspiring programmers, with an accessible and visual way to learn programming.
BTech (Cape Peninsula University of Technology)
MSc (University of Cape Town)