Carlo Diego’s Profile

Faculty
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Carlo Diego
Title
Assistant Professor of Animation and Motion Graphics
Pronouns
he, him, his, himself
Office Location
Main Bldg, S622F
Instagram
instagram.com/dilatedperspective
LinkedIn
linkedin.com/in/carlodiego
Twitter
twitter.com/carlodiego
Department
Media Arts and Technology
Academic Program
Animation and Motion Graphics, A.S.

Courses

ANI 401 – Introduction to 3D Animation

ANI 401 – Introduction to 3D Animation

Students will learn to construct 3D motion graphics for video, film, game, multimedia and internet applications. Students will use an advanced CGI program to make original animations in a three-coordinate space. Students will learn to model three-dimensional objects and to choreograph scenes, controlling character movement, lighting, sound, and camera directions. Prerequisite: MMP 100 or MMA 100

ANI 401 – Introduction to 3D Animation

ANI 401 – Introduction to 3D Animation

Students will learn to construct 3D motion graphics for video, film, game, multimedia and internet applications. Students will use an advanced CGI program to make original animations in a three-coordinate space. Students will learn to model three-dimensional objects and to choreograph scenes, controlling character movement, lighting, sound, and camera directions. Prerequisite: MMP 100 or MMA 100

ANI 402 – 3D Animation Projects

ANI 402 – 3D Animation Projects

This course follows ANI 401. Students will use an advanced CGI program, to make original animations in a three-coordinate space. Students will model three-dimensional objects and choreograph scenes, controlling character movement, lighting, sound, and camera direction. Small groups will produce short animations. Special attention will be paid to intermediate techniques, such as animating phonemes, rigging soft bodies, and adding dynamic fields. Compositing and post production workflow for proper rendering will be included in this course. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: ANI 401 and MMP 250 and Corequisite: ENG 101 and MAT 100-level or higher.

Communities

Media Arts and Technology Department

Media Arts and Technology Department

This community is for the students, faculty and staff of the Media Arts and Technology (MEA) Department and anyone who is interested in the department and its activities.

MEA Faculty and Staff

MEA Faculty and Staff

This project is for planning and administration of the Media Arts and Technology Department. It is an internal project and has information and resources for the faculty and staff. Please ask to join if you teach in or work with the department. If you are a student or looking for the externally facing department site visit the Media Arts and Technology Department project.

Teaching on the OpenLab

Teaching on the OpenLab

A place for BMCC faculty who are teaching (or considering teaching) on the OpenLab to connect and share ideas. Image by Wokandapix from Pixabay

MEA Tutoring

MEA Tutoring

Resources for LRC tutors and MEA faculty.

Projects

Teach On!

Teach On!

A space for faculty to share ideas about how to support student learning during the transition to distance learning for the remainder of Spring 2020. Please request to join if you are faculty at BMCC. Click on “Visit Project Site” in the upper right to access BMCC’s Course Continuity Resources website.

Virtual Choir

Virtual Choir

The Virtual Choir project is part of the Diversifying CUNY’s Leadership: A CUNY-Harvard consortium project.