Students will be able to:
|4:00||30 m||Review||Critique||Sketch Review Questions|
|4:20||10 m||Engage||Code Challenge||Without
|4:30||10 m||Study||Lecture||01 Noise|
|4:40||10 m||Study||Lecture||02 Noise vs. Random|
|4:50||15 m||Engage||Activity||Noise Worksheet|
|5:05||20 m||Study||Lecture||03 Benefits of Noise|
|5:35||10 m||Study||Lecture||04 1D, 2D, 3D Noise|
|5:45||10 m||Study||Lecture||05 Working with Noise|
|5:55||20 m||Activate||Coding||In-class Challenges|
|6:15||10 m||Study||Coding Lecture||Challenges Discussion|
|1||Isabel, Simon, Elena
When allowing chance to influence their artwork, does an artist give up authorship?
|2||Mickell, Neena, Dit
Choose two sketches that you believe demonstrate a biasing technique discussed last week. What kind of bias do you think was used in each?
|3||Sungmin, Munro, Robin, Ran
Does computationally generated art have an inherent aesthetic?
|4||Fifi, Yang, Adam, OJ
Choose a work that combines procedural and non-procedural elements well. What works about this piece?
|5||Yoon, Amanda, Ran
Choose a project that presents an interesting direction for further design inquiry. Suggest 5 possible avenues of development for this project.
|6||John, Karen, Ping
The individual challenge is not a competition. But who won?