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ART 3610. 3-D Visualization. 3 Hours.

For students pursuing an emphasis in Digital Design, Graphic Design, or Sculpture; also open to other interested students. Introduces three-dimensional modeling and rendering techniques on the computer, including various modeling processes, defining and applying textures, assembling scenes, and rendering images, which are applicable to realistic package and product designs, as well as exciting graphics for desktop or Internet publishing projects. Assignments require access to specific programs on either Macintosh or Windows platforms. Dual listed with DES 3600 (students may only take one course for credit). Course fee required. Prerequisites: DES 2500 and DES 2600 (Grade C- or higher). FA.