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Course Overview

From the most advanced motion graphics techniques to immersive interactive experiences used in movies, games, multimedia web sites, smartphone apps, and interactive installations, students in this course will invent, design and implement interactive narratives with a range of 2D/3D animation, film, and interactive software. Students will use code to bring digital objects to life in open source platforms. A range of software such as Maya, After Effects, Flash, and Processing Language will be integrated in the development of projects.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Undergraduate
Prerequisites: ART 224, 290, and admission into major program; or permission of the department chair

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Admissions Requirements

Hearing Undergraduate