Students usher jewelry design into age of artificial intelligence

By Lin Qi | chinadaily.com.cn
Updated: Dec 2, 2022
Second Life, an online exhibition, shows jewelries designed by students at the Central Academy of Fine Arts with the aid of artificial intelligence. [Photo provided to China Daily]

The advancement of artificial intelligence has blazed new trails for many fields, including jewelry design.

Second Life, an online exhibition, shows the creative works by students at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing to turn jewelry wearing into a much more fun and interactive experience for visitors. People can log on to the website, secondlifejewellery.cn, and "try on" eight groups of digital ornaments designed by CAFA artists.

The exhibition is part of a long-term project CAFA has mounted to promote the works of young artists and curators, both in real and digital spaces.

Second Life, an online exhibition, shows jewelries designed by students at the Central Academy of Fine Arts with the aid of artificial intelligence. [Photo provided to China Daily]
Second Life, an online exhibition, shows jewelries designed by students at the Central Academy of Fine Arts with the aid of artificial intelligence. [Photo provided to China Daily]
Second Life, an online exhibition, shows jewelries designed by students at the Central Academy of Fine Arts with the aid of artificial intelligence. [Photo provided to China Daily]
Second Life, an online exhibition, shows jewelries designed by students at the Central Academy of Fine Arts with the aid of artificial intelligence. [Photo provided to China Daily]
Second Life, an online exhibition, shows jewelries designed by students at the Central Academy of Fine Arts with the aid of artificial intelligence. [Photo provided to China Daily]
Second Life, an online exhibition, shows jewelries designed by students at the Central Academy of Fine Arts with the aid of artificial intelligence. [Photo provided to China Daily]
Second Life, an online exhibition, shows jewelries designed by students at the Central Academy of Fine Arts with the aid of artificial intelligence. [Photo provided to China Daily]

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