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DIGA 301: 3D Modeling and Animation
An introduction to 3D modeling, rendering and animation. Includes creation, editing and mapping of materials for the models in a 3D scene, material editors, paint and image manipulation software, lighting, tracking and keyframing, curve/path animation, inverse kinematics, morphin...
Professors: Martha H. Garzon; Michael C. Kappers
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DIGA 351: Experimental Video
This course is an exploration of non-screen Video art such as Video installation and multi-channel video. Students will be expected to explore non-traditional approaches to the moving image, which may be non-narrative, non linear, and which may engage the viewer in an active way...
Professors: Derek G. Larson
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DIGA 361: Audio Rec and Production I
An introduction to composing and recording music in a computer-based studio environment. Students learn about tools and techniques for MIDI sequencing, multi-track hard disk recording and music production. Original composition projects are an intregal component of this course. ...
Professors: Nathan E. Wolek
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DIGA 362: Audio Rec and Production II
A continuation of DIGA 361. Students complete advanced projects in a computer-based studio environment. Readings and discussion in this course focus on the social impact of audio recording technology and contemporary aesthetics of studio production. Prerequisite: DIGA 361.
Professors: Nathan E. Wolek
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DIGA 390: Topics: Adv Interact & Art
An advanced course that focuses on the intense study of a topic related to digital arts. The specific topics offered will vary each semester and depend on student interest and faculty availability. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.
Professors: Matthew S. Roberts
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DIGA 395: Teaching Apprenticeship
Students assist a faculty member with the teaching and management responsibilities related to one of the program's existing courses. Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.
Professors: Matthew S. Roberts; Nathan E. Wolek
Terms: Fall 11-12
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DIGA 397: Internship
Students work with a faculty supervisor and an outside supervisor and are placed at an outside institution where the student's background in digital arts is utilized. Prerequisite: Junior or senior standing and approval of the faculty supervisor.
Professors: Matthew S. Roberts; Nathan E. Wolek
Terms: Fall 11-12
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DIGA 398: Adv. DIGA Studio-Video Lab
Seminar course structured to cover a wide variety of digital media. Students pursue projects of their own design, producing a body of work that is composed of screen-based 2D images, multimedia, animations, video, or other experimental digital artwork. The course includes ongoi...
Professors: Derek G. Larson; Nathan E. Wolek
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DIGA 461: Computer Music I
Pre-Req's DIGA 101A/DA 101 or MC 457.
Professors: Nathan E. Wolek
Terms: Fall 11-12
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DIGA 462: Computer Music II
A continuation of DIGA 461. Students complete advanced programming and composition projects, while examining important topics in electronic music and sound design. Readings and discussion cover both technical innovations and aesthetic thought related to contemporary research and...
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