COURSE SCHEDULE

1 (Jan27) – Introduction, Rhino Tulip Table
Homework: Print Makerbot, Rhino Tutorials

2 (Feb 3) – Processing – Ex#1 Blush, Ex #2 Wifi
Homework: Code Own data into Processing, Visit NYU Data Library (Feb 5th 2pm)

3 (Feb 10) – Pantone Chair Tutorial / Flashlight (or other tutorial)
Homework: Prepare Concept Presentation, AMS tour (after class 3pm)

4 (Feb 17) – CONCEPT PRESENTATION
Homework: Rhino Tutorials

5 (Feb 24) – Ex#3 Blush, Ex#4 Wifi
Homework: Rebuild example

6 (Mar 3) – Individual Student-Instructor Review
Homework: Prepare Midterm Presentation

7 (Mar 10) – MIDTERM PRESENTATION
Each group/individual will be required to present the following to a panel of guest critics:
1) One or more data visualization(s).
2) One or more everyday object(s) modeled and rendered in Rhino.
3) An argument or critique created through the pairing of this data set and this everyday object.
4) One or more 3D printed everyday data object.
Homework: Complete Incomplete Homework, build all examples

SPRING BREAK

8 (Mar 24) – Rhino Python Intro
Homework : Rhino Python Tutorials

9 (Mar31) – Rhino Python Workflows
Homework : Rhino Python Tutorials

10 (April 7) – Other Processing Data Visualizations
Homework : Processing Sketches

11 (April 14) – Advanced Rhino
Homework: Advanced Rhino Tutorials

12 (April 21) – Student-Instructor Review (Hand-In to AMS)
Homework: Final Project

13 (April 28) Rendering and Video Workshop
Homework: Final Project

14 (May 5) FINAL PRESENTATION GROUP
Each group/individual will be required to present the following to a panel of guest critics:
1) One or more everyday data object fabricated (partially or wholly) using a 3D printer.
2) One final project video or slideshow which will include:
a) Conceptual Framework behind the paring of the data & everyday object.
b) Photos / Video AND Renderings / Animation of the final data object.