PDES 3714: Computer-Aided Design Methods 2: Surface Modeling and Rendering

3 Credits

This class provides an overview of the digital surface modeling of existing products and conceptual objects with complex curves. Students will learn how to use the 3D surfacing software (e.g., Alias or Rhino) and apply material and texture with the rendering software (e.g., KeyShot). They will also gain a basic understanding of the science and logic behind the software. In addition, students will gain hands-on experience with topics closely related to this field including lighting, background, and render post-processing.

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