3D Animation & Visualization I & II

3D Animation and Visualization prepares students to use computer applications and related visual and audio imaging techniques to create and manipulate images and information. The course includes instruction in three-dimensional solid model creation, sketching, storyboarding, time and motion study, color and lighting studies and camera positioning.

Using current computer animation software that reflects industry standards, students should produce projects for commercial applications in one or more of the following areas: engineering, architectural or industrial design, marketing, video production, internet design, electronic gaming and HR development.

This one or two year program is open to sophomores, juniors or seniors. Students may earn a maximum of six (6) high school credits per year.

6 High School Elective Credits per year                          

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

3D Animation and Visualization prepares students to use computer applications and related visual and sound imaging techniques to create and manipulate images and information. The course include instruction in three dimensional solid model creation, sketching, and storyboarding, time and motion study, color and lighting studies camera positioning. Using current computer animation software that reflects industry standards, students should produce projects for commercial application in one or more of the following areas: engineering, architectural design; marketing; video production; internet design; electronic gaming; and, education and training. This is a largely project based course. Dual college credits are not available for this program.

DOE courses: 5530 

Instructor:

Steve Gardner

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