Design Visualization Course Descriptions

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Number sequencing next to course name means the following: first digit designates the number of lecture hours for the course; the second digit designates the number of lab, clinic or practicum hours; and the third digit designates the credit hours for the course.

DSVS 191C Autodesk 3DS Max - Level I 3-0-3
This course is an introduction to AutoDesk® 3DS Max, a powerful software for 3D modeling, rendering and animation. Students learn the basics of 3-D computer modeling and rendering techniques; course topics include shape creation, lofting, material editing, morphing, scaling, light and camera placement, file importing, and rendering. (Prerequisite: working knowledge of AutoCAD® or permission of department head of Architectural Engineering Technology)

DSVS 192C Autodesk 3DS Max - Level 2 3-0-3
AutoDesk® 3DS Max - Level 2 is an advanced level course which prepares students to develop complex shapes, experiment with the vast capabilities of material editor and generate animations of their models. Students are introduced to a variety of different 3D components, which lead them to a representation project until it includes flat and smoothed forms, light sources, texture maps and the production of animations. In addition, students learn about rendering options and techniques from flat shading to raytracing and radiosity. (Prerequisites: DSVS 191C or permission of department head of Architectural Engineering Technology)

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