Dr Kit Devine

Kit Devine photo
Dr Kit Devine currently lectures in video, video art, digital visual effects and VR at the Australian National University. Before joining the ANU she lectured in 3D Animation at the Australian Film, TV and Radio School. Prior to her academic and teaching career she spent 15 years working as a digital animation and effects artist in Sydney, London and Los Angeles.
Her PhD investigated time-based virtual heritage and the influence that user preference for engagement strategy has on the experience of an immersive and interactive time-based virtual heritage environment. As part of her Phd research she created an immersive and interactive time-based model of the historic Sydney Rocks district from 1788 to 2015.
Details at Virtual Sydney Rocks.
Her most recent work is a VR recreation of Sydney based on a 1804 print of a painting of Sydney Cove circa 1801. A high resolution copy of the print can be viewed at here.
She is Empress and co-founder of the Digital Labourers' Federation (established in 1995), an informal networking organisation for members of the digital graphics industry. It has over 3000 members and very active jobs and news lists.
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Publications, Panels and Talks

The Virtual Sydney Rocks