​Tsinghua students designing the future

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During the showcase of the 2022 Online Graduation Exhibition of the Academy of Arts & Design, Tsinghua University (AADTHU), students from the academy's industrial design department present a range of futuristic designs which perfectly blend art and technology.

In a promo video released by the academy, amazing designs created by undergraduates and postgraduates are on display, ranging from concepts for supercars, motorcycles, high-speed train cabins and space vehicles, to a smart Mars rover and mobile extracorporeal membrane oxygenation machine.

As AADTHU takes "integrating arts and science" as an important part of its development philosophy and educational practice, the online exhibition and video showcase the creative fusion of art and science, and the innovative imaginations of the graduating students, with help from their mentors to shape their designs. These designs could potentially be proved to work in the future while combining with a high level of aesthetics.

The AADTHU 2022 online graduation exhibition is currently underway with more than 2,300 works by over 450 students. To view the online exhibition, visit: https://exhibition.ad.tsinghua.edu.cn/2022/  

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