3D Interaction Design in Virtual Reality
This course teaches you basic concepts of VR interaction design by introducing the most common types of VR interaction, such as hands-on, in-game gestures, and even simple input reactions. You’ll learn about VR virtual reality hands-on, and then learn the ins and outs of VR gamepads and controllers, as well as the general concepts and principles of VR game audio and visual effects, and of course, the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive VR headsets. You’ll also learn some basic techniques for designing VR environments and menus, and of course, play around with your own custom designs.
This is the third course in the ¨Virtual Reality Education, or VR Education,¨ series. The course will focus on hands-on, game-play VR experiences, as well as interviews with industry leaders and experts. The first course, Virtual Reality Interactive Objects (VOO), focused on gamepads and controllers, while the second course, VR Interface Directed Link (VR-DOLL), involved a virtual reality environment and gamepad. This third course, VR Interaction Design in a Virtual Classroom (VIDCAV), is all about the VR environment and gamepad.
This course requires the use of Oculus Rift and HTC Vive. You can get a free Oculus Rift from the Oculus website. Or, if you want to save money and get the newest hardware as soon as possible, you can use a special bundle for the Rift and Vive that Amazon.com has discounted to you. You can also use the discount code MNTK40 at checkout to get 40% off. The code is: MVLT@equivalentlearning.ch
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3D CAD and 3D modeling
This course is all about the 3D computer graphics and CAD software for 3D modeling. We will learn about the basic tools used to create 3D computer graphics. We will also look at CAD modeling tools, including physical modeling, software-a-palette, and even 3D building blocks, to design 3D computer graphics. We will learn how to use 3D CAD software for 3D modeling because it is the only way to create 3D computer images.
After completing this course, you will understand:
– How to use 3D CAD software for 3D modeling
– What physical tools are needed to create 3D CAD models
– How to use 3D CAD tools to create 3D CAD models
– How to use 3D building blocks to design 3D computer graphics
– How to use the CAD software-a-