Week 5, Strategies
- Practice analyzing form in detail
- Practice developing strategies for procedural generation
- Practice reverse engineering procedural generation approaches
- Introduce some common methods for aesthetically arranging points on a plane.
|4:20||Study||Lecture||01 CF + Strategies + Tactics|
| ||Study||Lecture||02 Where Should I Put Things?|
|4:55||Study||Lecture||03 Point Tactics|
|5:10||Study||Lecture||Tactic Match Workshop|
|5:35||Activate||Coding||Intro + Challenges|
|5:55||Study||Coding Lecture||Challenges Discussion|
|6:15||Activate||Lecture||04 Properties of PCG System|
3:50 Homework Review 4:20 01 CF + Strategies + Tactics Goals Strategies Tactics: algorithms, data structures, design patterns Primitives Sun Tzu Quote Composable and Reusable Ball example Points on square group discussion 4:30 02 Where Should I Put Things Brief intro of problem domain 4:35 Analyze workshop
|1||Kirsten, Patricia, Carla
Choose a common theme that has appeared in several pieces. Discuss the theme and two example sketches.
|2||Max, Bella, Sue
Choose a work that uses theme in a way not seen in the other sketches. Why did you choose this piece?
|3||Aakanksha, Alyssa, Jack
Choose a work that you like and and don’t know how it was made. Describe what you see.
|4||Madison, Rik, Patrick
Perlin Noise is often used to simulate natural forms. Choose a work that demonstrates this. Discuss.
|5||Leah, Julian, Mario
Choose any work. List 5 different ways the artist could change the sketch to explore further.
|6||Ting, Earl, Dahee
The challenge is not a competition. Who won?