Course Number: 60-210
Electronic Media Studio: Introduction to Interactivity is an introduction to software programming and physical computing within the context of the arts. In this course students develop the skills and confidence to produce interactive artworks using audiovisual, networked and tangible media. This fall, Section A (taught by Golan Levin) has a partial emphasis on generative form and interactive visualization. Section B (taught by Rich Pell) has an emphasis on interactive sound and light. Section C (taught by Paolo Pedercini) has an emphasis on interactive game design.
Fall 2016 instructors: Paolo Pedercini
Fall 2014 course website: Electronic Media Studio (Interactivity)