ARTC331 Interactive Art & Design, Roberto Fazio, Spring 2019

Schedule

Week 1

Tuesday, January 8
Introduction / Interaction Design overview projects

Thursday, January 10
Case history, art & technology, reverse engineering

Week 2

Tuesday, January 15
Introduction to Creative Coding

Thursday, January 17
Aesthetics + Computation

Week 3

Tuesday, January 22
Hello Computer

Thursday, January 24
OpenFrameworks

Week 4

Tuesday, January 29
Hello Graphics/ Drawing basic

Thursday, January 31
Relational Operators

Week 5

Tuesday, February 5
Logical Operators

Thursday, February 7
Conditionals and Iteration

Week 6

Tuesday, February 12
Functions

Thursday, February 14
Drawing 2D

Week 7

Tuesday, February 19
Interactive pencil

Thursday, February 21
Random Walks

   

Week 8

MIDTERM BREAK (February 23 - March 3)

   

Week 9

Tuesday, March 5
GUI Graphics User Interface

Thursday, March 7
Images and Texturing processing

Week 10

Tuesday, March 12
Create computational images

Thursday, March 14
Video Player

Week 11

Tuesday, March 19
Sound Analysis

Thursday, March 21
Work in class on personal project

Week 12

Tuesday, March 26
Work in class on personal project

Thursday, March 28
Particle System

Week 13

Tuesday, April 2
Basic Algorithmics

Thursday, April 4
Physical and Dynamics

Week 14

Tuesday, April 9
Random, Noise, Sin, Cos

Thursday, April 11
Student Exhibition setup

Week 15

Tuesday, April 16
Work in class

Thursday, April 18
Final Review

 

Grading & Attendance Policies

Attendance is mandatory, absence will impact final grade. For every two unexcused absences, your grade will be lowered by 1/3 of a letter. Two late arrivals to class are considered the equivalent of one unexcused absence. Students who do not stay for the duration of a class session should be marked absent. Students who miss more than 20% of a course owing to unexcused absences cannot be given a passing grade for the course.

Grades are based on attendance, proficiency, effort, and improvement.

Grades range from A+ to F.  The SACI grading scale follows:
A+       Outstanding
A         Excellent
A-        Nearly Excellent
B+       Very Good
B         Good
B-        Nearly Good
C+       Above Satisfactory
C         Satisfactory
C-        Below Satisfactory
D         Unsatisfactory
F          Failure

Graduate Students Students in MFA, MA, and Post-Bac programs are expected to produce work at a level appropriate for students in a graduate program. They are required to additionally complete an in-depth study on one of the assigned topics by writing a short paper and by making a visual slideshow presentation in class. If they successfully complete all course requirements for graduate students, they will receive graduate-level credit for the course.

 

General Safety & Emergency Instructions

Click here for a pdf of SACI's General Safety & Emergency Instructions.

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