Interactive Image

  • September 10, 2013
  • By a2ru      
An introduction to the use of interactive graphics as an expressive visual tool.


 

This Carnegie Mellon University course is an introduction to the use of interactive graphics as an expressive visual tool. CMU describes it as a “studio art course in computer science” in which the objective is art and/or design, but the medium is software created by the student. Topics include computation manipulation of:  point, line and shape; texture, value and color;  time, change and motion; reactivity, connectivity and feedback. Students are expected to become fluent in how such techniques and practices can shape aesthetic issues in interaction design, information visualization and reactive art.

Interactive Image Syllabus