For those students who are playing with Maya, once you have a completed character, we can print it out on one of our 3D printers. You can’t print directly from Maya, or even export the usual .stl filetype that 3D printers use, but luckily we have other Autodesk software that will convert your Maya file.
Learn to load and unload levels seamlessly:
Are you ready for Code Combat? http://codecombat.com/
If you have a copy of Photoshop CS6 (or even the newer CC) here is how you create animated GIFs.
For this week’s lesson on networking, you will need a patch file.
Click here to download the file: utpatch436
Yep, look at that, we are in the second semester. That of course means new students for me, and new classes for you!
In Quarter 3 we have a Design Studies class. This is mostly 1A (Grade 10 students) but there are some 2A students who are going to get to play with our new toy, a Solidooodle 3D printer! Read more about the Solidoodle here: http://www.solidoodle.com/
Note that this example needs support for WebGL, and works best in Google Chrome.
To try it out:
- allow the page to your use webcamera
- make sure that your face is clearly visible in the video, and click start
- keep your head still until the model fits your face properly
- choose a preset or fiddle with the parameters on the right hand side, to deform the captured face
Even better, Face Substitution:
If you have completed your walk cycle animation, here is a new technique to try that is often used in Flash games: