This program is now meeting fully in-person instead of hybrid. Contact the faculty with any questions.
Learn to use light, sound, motion, and/or interaction in art pieces. We'll get acquainted with 3D printing, digital fabrication, circuit design, and introductory programming of microcontrollers for projects in fine and performing arts. Students will work on projects and prototypes to design, wire, and program devices that result in designed experiences of made physical things.
3D printing workshops will be in-person in the Physical Computing Center.
This program repeats fall, winter, and spring quarters. Students should only take the course once.
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$25 required fee for required project supplies
$35 special expense for a starter kit students will purchase online. Students are expected to buy this kit in order to participate fully in synchronous online and in-person sessions.