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Westminister Room B18

Introduction
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In today’s world, artists, journalists, political activists, and advertisers all frequently make use of more than one form of media to reach and move their audience. More and more, they allow this audience to talk back to them and make choices by means of various interactive technologies. This course tries its best to keep up with the latest modes of digital communication by way of real-world projects in content creation. Areas of exploration will include blogging, podcasts, live video streaming, social networking, wikis, mapping, e-books, and virtual reality.


Required CoursesEdit

CAT 107 Introduction to Music Technology

CAT 108 Introduction to Game Design

CAT 134 Drawing for 2D Animation

CAT 220 Interactive Multimedia, Web 2.0 and Beyond

CAT 221 The Art of Editing

CAT 241 Pre-Production & 2D Animation

CAT 270 Web Design I

CAT 273 Interactive Flash Design

CAT 286 Sound Design I: Audio for Video I

CAT 290 Basic Video Production

CAT 320 Multimedia II

CAT 361 3D Modeling

CAT 370 Advanced Web Design

CAT 385 Visual Effects

FacultyEdit

John Towsen (coordinator)

Yuichiro Nishizawa



FacilitiesEdit

HardwareEdit

SoftwareEdit

Adobe After Effects

Adobe On Location

PTGui

Wirecast

Photoshop

Guest ArtistsEdit

ProjectsEdit

CapstoneEdit

AlumniEdit

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