This course deals with several digital media such as text, voice, image, and video, and those processing techniques and expressions technique. Students will learn through lectures and practical training how to organize digital contents to make them "easy to read, easy to see, and to be compelling content".
In these days the opportunity to make presentation using digital media has been growing explosively. Therefore it is very important to understand the characteristics of digital media and to know how to use and organize them.
By the end of this course, students will be able to:
1) have knowledge and skills how to use and organize multimedia such as text, voice, image, and video effectively.
2) create contents which can transmit the information to the people effectively.
Multimedia, Media Processing Technology, Interface Design, Content Production
|Intercultural skills||Communication skills||✔ Specialist skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
Each class includes lectures and practices.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 1||What is multimedia?||Students can explain the definition of multimedia.|
|Class 2||Media processing technology (text and audio)||Students can explain media processing of text and audio.|
|Class 3||Media processing technology (images and graphics)||Media processing technology (images and graphics)|
|Class 4||Media processing technology (video)||Students can explain media processing of video.|
|Class 5||Multimedia representation technique||Students can use multimedia representation technique to design their contents.|
|Class 6||Interface design practice||Students can design interface.|
|Class 7||Content production training||Students can produce presentation contents.|
|Class 8||Content evaluation and summary||Students have mutual evaluation and make summary of this course.|
・Yuma Takahashi et al (2016), Basic design Rule, Gijutsuhyoronsha (in Japanese)
・Shinji Sakamoto (2015) "Introductory Classroom of Design" (in Japanese)
・Seiichi Nishihara et al (2014), Practical Multimedia, CG-ARTS Association (in Japanese)
Midterm report (50%), Final report (50%)
Intensive Course. In 2019, this course is held from 9:45 to 14:50 (including lunch break) on 22nd June, 6th, 13th on July.