ARTD 2560 Polymedia and Digital Fabrication

1 hour lecture, 1 hour recitation, 2 hours laboratory; 3 credits

Introduction to the tools and techniques for digital fabrication, including laser cutting, three-dimensional printing and scanning, electronics programming and prototyping, and computer-aided design and manufacturing CAD/ CAM. Consideration of art projects that incorporate interactive installation, generative art, rapid prototyping, data visualization, and wearable computing. Readings, lectures, and site visits.

Prerequisite: Art 2510 and Art 2811


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