These classes promise to be quite interesting and also include the offerings from the Learning and Games Initiative for Fall 2012.
Art 104 (REQUIRED DMA): Seminar in Digital Media Art will be focusing on the Zero1 biennial and have activities, research and field trips around taking advantage of the fact that this is in our backyard. G. Craig Hobbs will teach this class, he was the production manager for Zero1 for the two most recent Biennials. Wed 12:30-3:20.
Art 105 (Concentration option DMA): Advanced Digital Video will focus on Adobe After Effects. We are hiring an expert from the industry to teach this class so it should be quite exciting. T/TH 6:30-9:20.
Art 108 (Concentration option DMA): Introduction to Game Studies will cover making, playing reading and writing about games in the context of contemporary culture. No coding required. M/W 6:30-7:45.
Art 175-section 1 (Concentration option DMA): Game development projects class. Students will form teams and develop a single game throughout the semester, there may be other exercises but it will be focused on creating a game as a team. M/W 6:30-9:20.
CS 185C (Upper Division Support DMA): This is a games industry class which will include information on games analysis as well as the functioning of teams in design. T/Th 4:30-5:45.
Phot 125 (Major Elective DMA): This class will focus on interactive and MAX MSP/Jitter. If you don’t know what that is, it allows you to use a camera as an input device to the computer, to track motion and to create interactive artworks, Keay Edwards is teaching this. M/W 6:30-9:20.