ART 255 - Industrial Design and Art
5 Studio Hours
This course will explore the functional and conceptual applications of industrial design and art. Through traditional and digital renderings, students will create conceptualized artwork through to the finalized hand-formed model or computer controlled additive or subtractive prototype.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Apply best practices to the solution of the design through phases.
- Practice the most effective modeling techniques of the final prototype.
- Define current and emerging technologies of additive printing and subtractive milling and cutting.
- Evaluate the fields of industrial design.
- Demonstrate the artistic approach to installation art in static and kinetic form.
- Define all applicable energy solutions for power production.
- Traditional hand-formed methods and materials.
- Traditional drawing and painting renderings of art and design.
- Two-dimensional and three-dimensional software.
- Native and scanned three-dimensional designs produced for output.
- Fields of industrial design.
- Existing, alternative and emerging technology power sources.
- Static and kinetic industrial art.
- Ergonomics and safety of design.
Instructor-approved textbook and materials
Approved By: Bullock, Quintin Date Approved: 12/17/2015
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