ADES 2221: Design in 3 Dimensions

4 Credits

This class is an introduction to designing in 3 dimensions, with consideration of how 3D shapes are used and how they are formed. Course content explores the relationship between 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional shapes (flattening), as well as additive and subtractive methods of creating shapes. Software tools for modeling in 3 dimensions will be introduced.

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B+ Average (3.386)Most Common: A (34%)

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