Joshua Rogers-Evans is a KESS II (Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarship 2) MRes student at Swansea College of Art, University of Wales Trinity Saint David.
Joshua is undertaking an MRes, Art & Design in collaboration with ‘Cerebra’ a UK charitable organisation with a primary focus on helping children with neurological conditions and their families. The project is supported by the KESS II (Knowledge Economy Skills Scholarship) initiative. Cerebra Innovation Centre (CIC) is a bespoke product design service offered by national charity Cerebra. The team respond directly to requests from parents and individuals to provide product solutions to transform the lives of families across the UK.
Having previously studied a BSc in Product Design in Cardiff Metropolitan University Joshua will focus on developing a research project investigating photogrammetry and other 3D scanning techniques in order to manufacture bespoke sports helmets for individuals with unique head shapes. Attempting to gather data remotely and reduce costly travel, tooling and manufacturing procedures in the process.