ISMA 202: Interactive Sound + Vision

This course introduces students to contemporary artistic practices involving interactive imagery and audio installation. The course focuses on the use of computers and other hardware to merge external data, interaction and space into real-time manipulation of audio and visuals. Students will use graphical programming software to introduce media control and interface production techniques for interactive installation and performance.


First Year - Foundation Studies

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