This course will cover major aspects of digital image generation: geometric modeling, computer animation, and rendering. The goal of the course is to provide a strong foundation for computer graphics principles and introduce recent advanced topics. The course should be appropriate for Animation students in all areas. Course handles the basics techniques of creating the 3D design and animation, leading the student to skills of Video compositing and editing based on finished shots of 3D animation done by the student.
This course intending to
Describe computer generated imagery using 3-Dimensional design techniques.
Synthesis critical thinking methodologies for manipulating 3D design process.
Preform multiple formats of 3D modeling and animation for cross-media design.
At the completion of the course, students will be able to:
Present 3-Dimentional Design techniques as a part of media production.
Differentiate 3d design methodologies for prints, movies and Interactivity.
Examine and integrate 3D visual solution content for media design.
Lecture: to explain the principles of Computer 3D methods.
Workshop: stimulate design process to ignite the creativity of students.
OpenLab: motivate peer review and work groups to monitor and orient student’s skills.