Instructor: Lindsay Grace
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|Schedule Revisions||After the snow day, we had to revise the schedule. Please review this document for the new schedule.||0|
|Course Syllabus: Digital Prototyping||Spring 2010 course overview, policies, and schedule||1|
|Grading Document||Grading policy and rubric||1|
|Case Study Set 1||A few introductory case studies for our class||1||HTML|
|What is a Digital Prototpye||Quick overview of digital prototypes and some beginner information||1|
|Second Life Prototyping||A few examples of prototyping in Second Life||10||HTML|
|Week 2 Reading||To be read by the start of Week 2. This is an introduction to course concepts and practices in prototyping||2||HTML|
|Case Study Set 2||2||HTML|
|Week 3 Reading||How to Pitch and Idea by Soctt Berkun||3|
|Week 3 Reading 1||How to prototpye a game in under 7 days reading from Gamasutra by Carnegie Mellon grad studens||3|
|Week 4 Reading 1||Excerpt from Baudrillard's Simulacra Simulation, a philisophical exercise in reality making. What is fake and what is real?||4|
|Week 6 Reading 1||What is a digital prototype||6|
|Week 6 Reading 2||Introduction to Digial Compositing||6|
|Week 7 Reading 1||Prototypes in architectural education||7|
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