Jun 07, 2020
CIS 214 - 3D Technologies II 5 Credits
This course will expand on the knowledge gained from 3D Tech I / CIS 114, which introduced students to the fundamentals of 3D modeling, and Wings 3D (polygonal modeling software.) Students will produce drawings, and create their own custom 3D model to be built with a 3D printer. Emphases includes project planning & research; using the internet; critical thinking; and working collaboratively.
Pre-requisite(s) C IS 114 min 2.0
Designed to Serve Students enrolled within any program, and for those wishing to pursue degrees with an emphasis on emerging technologies.
Active Date 2015-07-07
Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 24
Contact Hours: Lecture 55 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 55
1. Researching the Project
2. Planning & Collaboration
3. Defining Usability
4. Application of Knowledge
5. The Design Process
6. Analysis & Assessment
7. Preparation for Output
8. 3D Printing - Build your design
Student Learning Outcomes
Students will gain the ability to integrate research analysis into the design process.
Students will learn to work effectively as part of a team, or as a small group.
Students will learn to compare, and critique other group member’s usability concepts to find a logical solution.
Students will learn to effectively convey ideas, logic, and process; in writing, and verbally.
Students will create documentation, perform project planning, and effectively manage project assets.
Students will design, create, and prepare custom 3D models for “actual” production, or prototyping.
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