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Audiovisual and Multimedia Production and Direction Workshop II

Presentation

This course intends to introduce students to video-mapping techniques and to the exploration of three-dimensional projection surfaces. During the semester students will learn different aesthetic and technical approaches of this medium as also the possible applications of video-mapping (artistic installations, marketing / advertising actions, public space, etc.). Students will created projects exploring the narratives and audiovisual content developed specifically for this medium.

Programme

Audiovisual and Multimedia Communication

Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS

| Semestral | 8

Year | Type of course unit | Language

3 |Mandatory |Português

Code

ULP728-10511

Recommended complementary curricular units

Desenho e Animação 2d 3d

Professional Internship

Não

Syllabus

History and references of video-mapping;
Language and aesthetics of video-mapping;
Video projection on non-regular and three-dimensional surfaces;
Video-mapping techniques; Video-Projectors (technical specifications, resolutions, lenses,¿);
Software: Madmapper (Interface, surfaces, types of content, masks, wrapping,¿);
Creation of video content and audiovisual narratives for video-mapping;
Workflow of a video-mapping project (pre-production content, mapping, presentation).

Distance Learning:
Distance learning sessions will follow the same syllabus.

Objectives

Knowledge of video projection technologies and their possibilities;
Creative exploration of digital tools for creation;
Development of narratives and audiovisual content for different formats and surfaces;
Autonomy in the creation, development and implementation of a video-mapping projects;

Teaching methodologies and assessment

Theoretical-practical classes. Course contents will be presented throughout the semester  and accompanied by practical exercises.

The evaluation is divided into 3 diferentes phases:
1. Class Participation and Work: 20%;
2. Practical exercises: 40% (EX1 20% + EX2 20%)
3. Final Project: 40%

The evaluation of the practical exercises and the final project includes the development of a project and the oral presentation and discussion in class.

Students must attend a minimum of 70% of classes.

This course does not include a final exam for grade improvement, as it is not compatible with the practical approach of the work developed during the course. It has been defined by the Scientific Council that this course will work as continuous assessment.

 

References

Bimber,  Oliver and Ramesh Raskar (2005). ¿Spatial Augmented Reality: Merging Real and Virtual Worlds¿
Maniello, Donatto (2014).  ¿AUGMENTED REALITY IN PUBLIC SPACES. Basic techniques for video mapping. Vol.I¿

 

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