CSC 111 Storytelling-Comp Animation

Prerequisite: Completion or waiver of MAT 012

Technology has opened up new horizons in the creative art of storytelling by making it possible for stories to be interactive, blurring the boundary between the storyteller and the audience. Using a graphically-based object-oriented programming language, students in this course will learn to design and construct virtual worlds with 3D objects and characters. Students will gain knowledge in advancing plot, building themes, and developing characters while employing visual elements such as location, camera angle, lighting, and point-of-view, as they create interactive stories, animated movies, and simple video games set in these virtual worlds. No previous computer programming experience is required. Non-credit for students who have successfully completed or waived CSC236. Arts Perspectives and Practical Reasoning (PR).


1 Course Credit