Students will be able to:
|10||4:30||Engage||Activity||04 Noise Worksheet|
|10||4:40||Engage||Activity||Noise Circles Whiteboard Computer|
|20||4:50||Study||Lecture||02 Noise vs. Random|
|10||5:10||Study||Lecture||03 Benefits of Noise|
|20||5:25||Activate||Coding||Intro + Challenges|
|25||6:05||Activate||Coding||05 Working With Noise|
random()completely, actually random
noise()random, arranged variation with nice properties
noise()function is mostly when you want something to look like
noise(). On the contrary, the noise function can be used any time you want good looking variation. Also, you probably want to shape the noise a bit so it doesn’t look like straight
random()doesn’t take parameters but
noise()does. Understanding what parameters to pass in is often confusing when you start using
noise(). Once you get a hang of it, the parameters become the key to the power of
04 Noise Worksheet, Building Noise
02 Noise vs. Random + 03 Benefits of Noise
random()is better when you want actually random variation
noise()is better when you want aethetically pleasing variation
05 Working With Noise
|1||Max, Leah, Sue
Choose a common theme that has appeared in several pieces. Discuss the theme and two example sketches.
|2||Bella, Julian, Jack
Choose a work that you feel used parameters is a very well. Why did you choose this piece?
|3||Aakanksha, Ting, Patrick
Choose a work that you like and and don’t know how it was made. Describe what you see.
|4||Alyssa, Earl, Mario
Choose a sketch that you think started with plan. What benefits did starting with a plan have?
|5||Madison, Kirsten, Dahee
Choose a sketch that you think started without a plan. What benefits did starting without a plan have?
|6||Rik, Patricia, Carla
The challenge is not a competition. Who won?