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Jul 26, 2019 at 12am - Aug 1, 2019 at 11:59pm
This assignment was locked Aug 1, 2019 at 11:59pm.
To design a generative art piece or a game exploring in depth one of the generative methods discussed in this course.
In your final project you will design a generative art piece or a game that uses procedural content generation. The idea is to explore in depth one of the generative methods we have seen during this class. This piece has to be developed in 3 weeks, therefore the challenges to design + implement it have to be similar to working on 3 of our previous programming assignments. Your proposal will be delivered as a web page in your portfolio, containing the following sections:
1-2 paragraphs describing your artistic or expressive goals
- Why are you creating this game or experience?
- What ideas are you exploring?
- What kind of emotional response are you seeking?
Is this piece being created in reaction to other games or artwork?
A description of the experience itself
1-2 paragraphs detailing what the user will experience when they play the game/view the experience.
- How does this experience start, develops and ends?
- What is the visual/audio style of your piece?
- Are there visual/audio references you are trying to recreate? If so, include screenshots or videos for visual/audio references.
- Is your experience interactive? If so, describe how the user will perform this interactions. What feedback do they get during this interactions?
1-2 paragraphs describing in which platform what generative method you will use and how it will take place in your piece.
- What generative are you using?
- How it takes place in your experience? This has do be an application of generative methods different or more developed than the ones we have seen in class.
A table with a schedule per week to implement your experience.
Your submission will be a link to your proposal webpage, which should be under your GitHub portfolios' website.
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