MUS 8 Programming for Interactive Audio-Visual Art
This course introduces programming techniques necessary to generate interactive audio-visual art on a computer. Students write their own programs to create compositions with which users can interact whilst learning fundamental concepts of how to represent and manipulate color, two- and three-dimensional shapes, sounds, images, motion, video, and the Web. Coursework includes short programming assignments, to practice the concepts introduced during lectures, and projects to explore audio-visual composition. The course assumes no prior knowledge of programming.
Cross Listed Courses
Distributive and/or World Culture
OfferedNot offered in 2016-17