Students in this course will produce one or more video projects that they choose, plan, and produce on an individual basis. They will be in control of all aspects of the workflow from concept through delivery of final product(s). New equipment and advanced shooting techniques will be experimented with throughout the semester.
A faculty-supervised work environment involving research into multimedia design, production and procedures that relate to real-world situations in a career field.
Students will take on the role of Multimedia Project manager in this course. As Project Manager, students will design a multimedia project. Students will plan the project and include cost, designing, producing, and deliver the final project to the client.
Students will create a portfolio to showcase their work as a multimedia artist. The form of the portfolio can take on many forms including but not limited to a show real, hard copy of graphics, DVD, website, or a combination of many delivery methods.
This course picks up where IMD 161 3D Graphics and Animation II leaves off and continues more in depth in 3ds Max. The focus will be on modeling and texturing for games. Creating, unwrapping, and texturing simple models will be practiced. High- and low-poly asset creation pipeline will be explored.
Students will take on the role of Multimedia Project Manager in this course. Various team member roles will be discussed as well as planning, costing, designing, producing, and delivering a final product to the client. A fictional client and multimedia project will be given to each student.
This course picks up where IMD 180 Interactive Multimedia leaves off and continues more in depth with Action Script – which is the programming language for Flash. Knowledge of Action Script is a must for control of nearly all advanced features in Flash. Student will focus on creating more complex and interactive projects in Flash.
Compositing II will give students the opportunity to expand upon their compositing and animation skills in Adobe After effects. Students will continue to develop their keying, animating, masking, keyframing, and compositing skills. More advanced projects including logo animation and show intro animations will be worked on.
Students will learn Adobe After Effects and create basic composites, as well as nested composites. They will gain hands on experience combining visual elements through techniques such as “green screen” and combining layered elements in the computer.
This course will introduce the concepts of instructional design and how it relates to the multimedia developer. Students will follow the ADDIE model to assist in designing effective multimedia-based instructional materials.