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Student Showcase Archive

Oluwaseyi Sosanya

MA work

MA work

  • 3D Printed woven structure

    3D Printed woven structure, Sosa 2014
    3d print, paper thread, Resin
    120X120mm | Photographer: Sosa

  • The Structure of Protection _ Post Card _ Sosanya

    The Structure of Protection _ Post Card _ Sosanya, 2014
    Woven Paper Thread
    120X120mm | Photographer: Sosa

  • Woven Foamboard Sample

    Woven Foamboard Sample, 2014
    300X300mm | Photographer: Sosa

  • Woven Helmet

    Woven Helmet , Sosa 2014
    Woven Nylon and Resin
    Photographer: Sosa

  • Gravity Sketch

    Gravity Sketch, Gravity Team 2013
    Photographer: Guillaume Couche

  • Gravity Sketch - Landing Pad

    Gravity Sketch - Landing Pad, Gravity Team 2013
    Photographer: Guillaume Couche

  • Gravity Landing Pad Prototype

    Gravity Landing Pad Prototype , Gravity Team 2013
    Photographer: Guillaume Couche

  • Gravity Sketch Tests

    Gravity Sketch Tests, Gravity Team 2013
    Photographer: Pierre Yves Paslier

Final Year Projects

The Structure of Protection

The Structure of Protection is an experimental design project that explores the production and performance of three dimensional woven textile structures for protective garment applications.

The research and experimentation in this projects is inspired by woven textiles used for hi velocity impact and lower velocity impact. Through experimentation with material, production, and application a pallet of woven samples has been developed with the use of 3D printing technology, to serve in a variety of exciting applications. 

Gravity Sketch

Gravity is a group project exploring the ways we as creators develop and visualise  our ideas in 3D space. Gravity is tool composed of a pen and pad specifically designed for sketching in an augmented environment accompanied by augmented reality glasses. Free from any screen, Gravity allows you to focus on developing your ideas in an intuitive way.

As you start to draw, objects take shape in front of you. Through the landing pad controls, you can adjust the plane in which you sketch, giving volume to your creation. Gravity reinvents how you and your collaborators visualise and contribute to each other's ideas.

Gravity is a simple and engaging tool that will shape a new wave of 3D creation.

More here.



  • Oluwaseyi Sosanya RCA 2014
  • MA Degree


    School of Design


    MA Innovation Design Engineering, 2014

  • I am fascinated by human behaviour and material consumption, understanding these, and using inspiration from nature and technology to develop disruptive solutions. 

  • Degrees

  • BASc Mechanical Engineering, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 2006
  • Experience

  • Quality engineer, PEGA D&E, Taipei, 2011-12; Design engineer, Grove Made LLC, Portland OR, 2009-11; Production apprentice, Tomita Designs, late 2008-9
  • Exhibitions

  • Work-in-progress Show, Royal College of Art, 2014; Gravity Sketch Demo, Milan Design Week, Milan 2014; Queen Elizabeth Prize For Engineering, Tate Modern, London 2013 ; Taiwan World Design Expo, Songshan Cultural & Creative Park ,Taipei, 2011; Rio Tinto Sports Innovation Challenge, Object Gallery, Sydney 2013; Project Chaboo, Gallery Homeland, Portland Oregon, 2009
  • Awards

  • James Dyson Foundation Bursary, 2014; Future Seeds, Samsung Certificate, London, 2014 ; Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust, London, 2013
  • Publications

  • James Pallister, 'Drawing in 3D will soon be as "intuitive as sketching with paper"', DEZEEN, 2014; Joseph Flaherty, 'An Oculus Rift Hack That Lets You Draw in 3-D', WIRED, 2014; Carly Ayres, 'In the Details: Building a 3D Sketchpad That Lets You Draw Objects in Midair', Core77, 2014; Jesus Diaz, 'This cool pad and pen lets you sketch in 3D using augmented reality', Gizmodo, 2014; Simon Martin, 'Gravity 3D Sketching: New Sketchpad Brings 3D to 2D Using Augmented Reality', SolidSmak, 2014; Rachel Pincus, 'A sketchpad designed for any augmented-reality device could change how you draw out your thoughts', PFSK, 2014