Learn the fundamentals of using Unreal Engine for virtual production workflows. This fall Thursdays 1p-4:40p with Prof Carlo Diego. Details below.
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- MEA 300-1300 Topics in Media Arts and Tech (Class nbr:44844) Thursdays 1:00 PM–4:40 PM, FH-1007 Prof Carlo Diego
MEA 300 Special Topics: Intro to Virtual Production
This introductory course will teach you the fundamentals of using Unreal Engine for various Virtual Production workflows. Each assignment is built around real-world briefs to teach you the skills studios look for in Unreal Engine artists. You will learn how to import assets, world-build, animate, and create cinematic sequences in real-time. The class meets in person on Thursdays 1pm-4:40pm with Prof Carlo Diego teaching.