This spring ACCAD will be offering a unique video game production class. Over the course of the quarter, a small group of students will work in teams composed of artists, programmers, and sound engineers to create a video game.
Prof. Bebe Miller and ACCAD have been recognized for their work on Landing/Place in OSU's Office of Research annual report. The report recognizes the research, scholarly work, and creative work of faculty on our campus.
This new interdisciplinary course is open to a small group of graduate students from art, dance, architecture, music, theater, design, computing, communications and other allied fields. Co-taught by Dr. Matthew Lewis and Prof.
Professors Rick Parent and Maria Palazzi will guide collaborative, multidisciplinary groups of students in creating computer animation using procedural methods for modeling, rendering and animating 3D computer generated objects, environments, and characters.