32027 Interactive Media6cp
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
basic programming skills
Digital multimedia is a combination of media (text, pictures, audio and video) that is represented digitally and hence can be treated as data by computer programs. The full potential of this fact is yet to be explored, but one facet of it – its interactivity – distinguishes digital multimedia from its predecessors. Interactive multimedia systems are becoming increasingly widespread and have the potential to provide more complex and engaging experiences for users in many domains, including games, the arts and business. This subject introduces the fundamental principles of interactive multimedia and associated tools.
Spring session, City campus
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