CSCI1250(Formerly CS125 )
Introduction to Computer Animation
|Location:||CIT 345; Classes will be held in CIT 477 for the first two weeks|
|Meeting Time:||W,F 12:00-1:50|
|Exam Group:||12, 12/18/13 at 9:00 A.M.|
|Offered This Year?||Yes|
|When Offered?||Most Years|
Introduction to 3D computer animation production including story writing, production planning, modeling, shading, animation, lighting and compositing. The first part of the course leads students through a series of exercises that build on each other to learn basic skills in 2D and 3D animation. At each step, student work is evaluated for expressiveness, technical correctness and aesthetic qualities. Students then work in groups (2-4 students) to create a polished short animation. The class format includes lecture, in-class projects, and viewing animations. The emphasis, however, is on in-class critique of ongoing work which is essential to the cycle of visually evaluating work in progress, determining possible improvements, and implementing them for further evaluation. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.