Upcoming Events3D Game Design 03/18/2015 - 03/19/2015 Gamber Center
Featured CourseRobotics Course Description: This course offers hands-on opportunities to build and program robots. Working ...
RoboticsCourse Description: This course offers hands-on opportunities to build and program robots. Working in small teams, students will design robotics systems to compete in fun real-world activities. Each day will bring a new challenge, and your team's robot will have to morph to better adapt and compete. This class is perfect for the student who has a big imagination and likes to build things. Features: Students who complete this course will gain valuable experience working with robotics and learning problem solving techniques that transcends beyond robotics.
AnimationCourse Description: In this class students will learn the basics of animation and digital design. Students who enjoy going to various sites to see fun interactive animations will love this course. This class will utilizes Adobes award winning animation software in Adobe Flash. Students will create fun interactive animations that they can share with the world. Features: Students who complete this course will gain valuable experience designing and developing several interactive animations. Students completing this course will have digital media to show their peers and family.
Virtual Reality Game DesignCourse Description: Video Game Design is a prerequisite for this course. This cutting edge course instructs students how to build a 3D world and blurs the lines between reality. The course utilizes VRQuestTM and The Game Creators program where campers work to create their own Virtual Reality games. Students will enter their Virtual worlds via a fully-immersive head-mounted display and interact with their creations. Features: Students who complete this course will gain valuable experience designing and producing their own 3D games to share with the friends and family. Students will experience the furture of game design by stepping into the virtual world they created. Students will also own exclusive rights to the games that they create that can allow them to sell their games.