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Interactive Digital Art COMP 4640 Homework #7 Fall 2008 Martin Lindsey
Some of the Categories include… Digital Art Interactive Art Interactive Video Internet Art New Media Art
Fractals http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I mage:Mandel_zoom_00_mand elbrot_set.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Im age:Von_Koch_curve.gif
Algorithmic Art Algorists used plotters to illustrate their output Used random or psuedo-random processes to produce variability
Early Pioneers Frieder Nake A. Michael Noll George Nees
Animation CGI – Computer Generated Imagery 3D Graphics
Internet Art A genre used by “net artists” Some of the works of Thomas Briggs http://www.salientimages.com/
Internet Art Includes online video, audio and radio
Interactive Video Applied on broadband, computer games and cinema The technique blends interaction and linear film or video http://www.barbariangroup.com/
Gaming William Higinbotham’s Tennis for Two on an oscilloscope from 1958 Programmers and graphic designers create today’s popular games such as Ghost Recon
Languages Java – web applets and GUI’s from COMP 1210 Processing – used for creative coding and computational art GML – Geography Markup Language
COMP 4640 Homework #7 Fall 2008 Martin Lindsey. Digital Art Interactive Art Interactive Video Internet Art New Media Art.
Digital Media II. Digital Media II Outline Unit A GOAL SETTING, CAREER PLANNING, & PORTFOLIOS GOAL SETTING, CAREER PLANNING, & PORTFOLIOS Unit B PORTFOLIO.
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Introduction of Scratch (1/4) You can find Scratch on the Web:
SCRATCH ScratchScratch is a programming language that makes it easy to create your own interactive stories, animations, games, music, and art -- and share.
Multimedia Design consists of a bunch of different areas of design including graphics, video, web, flash etc. Basically it's pretty much everything to.
NEW MEDIA. Traditional media Image, sculpture, architecture Painting, drawing Carving, molding, fabricating Planning and building Live performance Music,
Introduction to Digital Media 1. What is digital media? Digital media is a form of electronic media where data is stored in digital (as opposed to analog)
1 Web Search Who are the different people often involved in making a computer or video game? 2 Web Search/Thinkin g What is programming? Why would.
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© ExplorNet’s Centers for Quality Teaching and Learning 1 Objective % Understand the core concepts of digital media https://pixabay.com.
Multimedia By: Marcus Bobian Multimedia period 1.
What’s in a Multimedia or Interactive Games Degree? The opportunity to experience –Design techniques –Technical aspects –Make real applications –Working.
© ExplorNet’s Centers for Quality Teaching and Learning 1 Objective % Understand career planning in a digital media environment. https://pixabay.com.
Art styles 80’s and 90’s. Abstraction ART STYLES OF EIGHTIES &NINETIES The 1980s, 90s became generation of status seekers. Video games, aerobics, minivans,
Job Opportunities MULTIMEDIA SECTORS Print MediaSound MediaVisual MediaInternet Select Page No. then GO PAGE 1PAGE 2PAGE 3PAGE 4.
Objective Understand the core concepts of digital media.
Multimedia Systems Option Topic 2. Multimedia Systems A Multimedia system combines different types of media into interactive information systems.
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