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This hands-on course will equip students with basic animation knowledge using armatures and keyframes at the end of which, they will add their character into a game engine.

 

Intro to 3D animation for games will teach students how to animate human and robot-based characters within the context of video games. Students will learn and focus on topics of 3D animation including skeletons/armatures, posing, keyframe, and skeletal animation. This hands-on course will equip students with basic animation knowledge using armatures and keyframes at the end of which, they will add their character into a game engine.
 

What You Will Learn

 

Students in Middle School: Introduction to 3D Animation for Games will:

  • Learn how to create and pose a skeleton
  • Learn how to add weights to a mesh so that it bends with the skeleton
  • Learn how to animate a simple idle and walk animation
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Course Number: CSE-90169
Credit: 1.50 unit(s)

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