• Where [arts-integrated interdisciplinarity] works best...is when you have these people who are great at their first assignment and you make it easy for them to cross boundaries in their second assignment.
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Interactive Computer Design and Computational Design

  • September 10, 2013
  • By a2ru      
Training students to create new culture through exploratory software development


 

This advanced studio course in arts-computing and new media practice at Carnegie Mellon University aims to train students to be able to create new culture through exploratory software development. Students for this course are drawn from both the undergraduate and graduate populations, and work in areas like experimental interface design, information visualization, game design, real-time audiovisuals, locative and mobile media, computational form- generation,  image  processing  and  vision-based  interactions,  augmented  reality, simulation, networked crowd-sourcing, dynamic typography and others.

Interactive Computer Design and Computational Design Syllabus