Animation for Interactive Media & Video (MMDE6101)

UNIT OF STUDY

The aim of this unit of study is to give you a comprehensive understanding of techniques and approaches to enable you to create animated sequences for use in interactive media and video. Through a combination of film/video screenings, tutorials, practical studio seminars and class critiques you will be provided with an understanding of the creative potential of animation. A range of digital techniques will be explored, including the use of software programs such as Adobe Flash. You will learn techniques such as rotoscoping, and frame-by-frame animation while being introduced to fundamental approaches for producing 2D animated sequences in the digital environment. In addition, a range of other techniques such as stop-motion animation will be examined in the context of contemporary production. During the semester you will complete a short animation project that will be developed, along with supporting paper-based designs, in consultation with an academic advisor.

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Classes

1x1-hour lecture and 1x2-hour tutorial/week

Assessment

1x15min oral examination of presentation of major studio project (60%) and pre-production documentation (20%) and participation in class exercises (20%)

Faculty/department permission required?

No

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