3D Jittery Interactivity
Fall 2012 | School of the Art Institute
TuTh 6:00pm-9:00pm, Michigan 415
Jihoon Yoo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This class examines and experiments with cutting-edge technologies for creating interactive 3D virtual objects and images. Students build up internal links between software, such as MAX/MSP/Jitter and MAYA, and hardware such as sensors, Arduino and webcam to make interactive virtual installations. Students make OBJ model, 3D lighting/texture, and rendered images respond to the viewers’ movement, natural climate, and time. Other experiments include controlling tangible materials, such as LED lights by virtual 3D models.