DIG 2302  Introduction to 3D credits: 3

This introductory course explores the basic concepts of 3D computer animation using industry standard software. The students will investigate the basic methods of modeling, shading, and texturing. Learning to create light and shadows in a scene will also be analyzed. The students will develop skills necessary to control the process of rendering and turning the images into files that can be viewed. In this course, students will understand the practice of making objects behave as if controlled by the real-world law of physics. Finally, critical thinking skills are necessary to master this skill. Assignments will be implemented throughout this course to reinforce this important skill.

Prerequisite: DIG 2109 with a minimum grade of C