“Digital Art Techniques” by Huff and Lintermann

  • ©Kenneth A. Huff and Bernd Lintermann

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Entry Number: 30

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    Digital Art Techniques

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    Prerequisites
    Basic knowledge of computer graphics principles, audio and video signal processing, and human-computer interaction models.

    Intended Audience
    Interdisciplinary working artists and computer graphics scientists, especially those who are involved or interested in the development and use of software tools and digital techniques for the visual arts.

    Description
    A partial survey of techniques for creation of digital art works. The course combines experiences of practicing artists with state-of-the-art research. Topics include: aesthetic concepts, novel interaction paradigms, and mixed-media processing issues. Example works range from partially generative still imagery to VJ performances and interactive installations.

     

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