Course Introduction and some examples.
Resource: Introduction Presentation:
Example: Projection Mapping
Quite and interesting one as they are projecting onto a cylinder as opposed to flat surfaces. What challenges does that pose?
Inspiration: Raspberry Pi Ideas
The raspberry Pi is a cheap (sub 35 dollar is the goal) computer that you can programme fairly easily with scriptng languages. Make simple games and robotic type thingies fairly easily and fairly cheaply. Pity Maplin closed in Derry:/
This is an outdoor set up using a drione but you can use your phone to do smaller objects fairly easily. Powerful addition to the 3d content creation toolbox.
Introduction to 3d content and a segue to AR.
Concept to use in Various Platforms:
3d Content Considerations:
- Real Time Vs Pre-Rendered
- Platform Limitations
- Poly Count
- Texture Size(s)
- Texture Types
- Lighting and Shadows
- File Type
- Bone limitations
- Animation types and limitations
Week2-Live powerpoint from class
Powerpoint available here:
Brief 1 Presentations
Solar Panel TEch:
3d Character Modelling:
Workshop: Video Editing in Premiere
Tutorial- Adobe Premiere, the basics (2017)
Files available for this session can be downloaded here available here.
Planning for Video Etc (Pre-Production)
Google Photos (or your phone. Has note ability)
OneDrive (1 Terabyte available to students)
Storyboarder Free Storyboarding Software
Notes: Scouting Locations:
- Know your script.
In this case think of your theme when looking for locations
- Scout at the right time.
When is the shot best? Look at timing… food at lunchtime? Activity during a soccer game. Find out when things are happening?
- Look at light.
Where can you reasonably expect the light tobe? Will it be pointing directly at the camera? Check light conditions for your equipment.
- Follow the sun.
Outdoors need light too… or do they? Is the sun pointing at camera at a certain time?
- Check for power supplies.
Will batteries be enough? What equipment wil you be using?
- Listen to the Space
Can you use the sound in place or will it have to be replaced? Is it too noisy/windy etc.? Is there music etc that will suit a shot?
- Examine the elements.
Rain, Sleet, Sun etc but also external factor such as janitors or deliveries etc.
- Decide where to set up.
Where is the best shot with all this in mind? Where is the action space?
- Get permission
Do you need permission to shoot here? Ask people’s permission etc…
- Evaluate the area.
What is happening in the area? Will there be interference? Wifi? Phone etc….
- Take notes!
Take Phots, thoughts and notes on the locations. Lighting needed? Sound set up needed? Transitions and shot ideas.
Mindmapping Tool: https://coggle.it/
Image/Web Archiving: http://www.pinterest.com
Photo Archiving: http://photos.google.com
Sound Effects: https://freesound.org/
Vimeo for Video: http://www.vimeo.com
Script Writing Overview: ScriptWritingFormat
Shot Script Overview: Shooting-Script
Some pretty amazing storyboarding software is available here for free. CHeck it out. Also check oyut the section "Why is Storyboarder Free?". Funny stuff! https://wonderunit.com/storyboarder/
A link to Gridder HQ. Download app when available if you feel like it. http://www.gridderhq.com/
An Article outlining choice options between development on iOS vs Android....
Here's a link to the engine used for the virtual exhibition last year that you can view below. There is a small snippets of code added to it to allow video playback and for slight changes to the opening page which can be discussed if neccessary....
Here is a link to the main Raspberry pie resource about learning and creating using raspberry pie. https://www.raspberrypi.org/ and a link to some of the projects that are available to look at etc: https://projects.raspberrypi.org/en/projects
Some examples of student's past work is available here to view in an online virtual space. The navigation is using the usual game wasd set up. It does not run properly in Safari for some unknown reason! Apologies!: http://pixelrogue.com/UX/