BACHELOR OF ARTOnline
Virtual Modeling and Design DEGREE
Master Electronic Art and Assets
Digital modeling and animation technologies have become a part of many
entertainment industries but the availability of these technologies for more
serious and productive businesses is becoming mainstream. Whether developing new
ways to produce electronic assets or using these electronic assets to view data
or virtual spaces, the technology used to design, model and view information is
advancing. Applications in this degree can vary in focus from using technology
to develop 3D models, using electronic assets to visualize data outputs or
linking the electronic assets and real-world assets together to enhance the
understanding of the context of a situation. Each of these presents specific
challenges to the developer but all rely on the integration of visualization and
Establish and defend an artistic style within your work based on sound
artistic theories, practices and knowledge.
Build and modify 3D assets utilizing advanced 3D visualization software
and hardware to capture real-world objects and animation.
Integrate animated visualization with static data to visually display the
results or outcomes of the data, such as studies of movement or accident recreation.
Analyze and display real-time data utilizing animated visualization to enhance
the understanding of the data such as stock market trends.
Create an animated visualization that accurately simulates the effect of a parametrically
based, physics-driven particle system in a virtual 3D environment.
Create an augmented reality, animated visualization in which physical and virtual
objects coexist and can be interacted within a shared space and environment.
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Course List and Program Requirements
University Core Curriculum
Requirements to graduate include:
2.0 CGPA, completed required coursework, Portfolio, Internship, and Student Innovation Project
Normal timeframe in semesters to completion:
For a more detailed breakout of completion time frames and rates, please see the
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VIRTUAL MODELING MAJOR DISCLOSURE
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