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Subject: New course on Augmented Reality offered next spring

Description:
IMDM 498A Augmented Reality Design for Creatives and Coders
MW 3:30-5:50
Prerequisite: junior or senior standing

This course will explore what exactly makes an AR experience and how AR
offers innovative new ways to merge our digital and analog worlds. Students
will learn how to use design tools like Unity, Blender and Vuforia, alongside
digital performance and storytelling tools like live-streaming and branching
narrative applications.

The course will be taught by adjunct Jonathan David Martin, a director,
actor, producer, and teaching artist focused on the creation and presentation
of contemporary works of performance. Martin is the co-artistic director of
Smoke & Mirrors Collaborative, a non-profit that creates original works for
theater, VR/XR, and the web that combine socially relevant themes with an
ambitious, multi-disciplinary approach to storytelling.

Contact Person: Alyssa Neuner
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Website URL: https://obj.umiacs.umd.edu/immersivemediadesign/IM498A.pdf

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