Course Details

CS 232: Art, Interactivity, and Robotics

In this hands-on studio centered course, we'll explore and create interactive three dimensional art. Using basic construction techniques, microprocessors, and programming, this class brings together computer science, sculpture, engineering, and aesthetic design. Students will engage the nuts-and-bolts of fabrication, learn to program microcontrollers, and study the design of interactive constructions. Collaborative labs and individual projects will culminate in a campus wide exhibition. No prior building experience is required. Prerequisite: Computer Science 111. Not open to students who have taken previous offering of Art, Interactivity and Robotics
6 credits; ARP; Offered Winter 2022; D. Musicant, S. Mohring