Multimedia for Majors
This course teaches two sorts of things:
- Ken Perlin,
with Adam Chapman
- How to use professional tools, such as Flash,
to create interactive multimedia content;
- How to create new or experimental forms of
interactive content, using more open ended
programming tools such as Java.
We'll be alternating between lectures by me
showing the techniques behind many
of the experiments on my home
and on Flash, etc., by Adam and others.
A list of references and examples for Java
and Flash can be found HERE.
You can contact Adam Chapman at firstname.lastname@example.org,
Adam's site www.theadm.com
Class examples can be viewed here www.theadm.com/secrets/class
Audio info from the lecture by Clilly and Kevin
can be found at:
Name: Christine Flounders
Name: Mariano Belinky
Simple java applets
HOMEWORK DUE THURSDAY, APR 19:
Simple 3D renderer.
Revised 3D renderer.
Code to implement buttons and sliders
can be found in my
which we went over earlier in the semester.
are the results that people turned in
for this assignment.
is a fancier 3D example of a morphable car.
Outlines of some lectures:
Tuesday, March 6:
Preliminary project websites
must be up.
This must contain the outlines
and preliminary version
of your project,
and a clear description of what every member of
your group will be doing.
Tuesday, Apr 24, before class begins:
Complete draft version of all websites must be up.
Tuesday, May 1:
First set of final group presentations.
Thursday, May 3:
Second set of final group presentations.
Tuesday, May 8:
Third set of final group presentations.