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Gabby B.
Major Program of Study
Entertainment Technology

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MTEC Technical Production

MTEC Technical Production

ENT 2220, ENT 3320, ENT 3420, ENT 4421, ENT 4422 Technical Production II, III, IV, V, VI 90 lab hrs, 2 cr Supervised laboratory in the technical areas of production. Hands-on experience in the planning, construction, rigging and running of productions to learn backstage procedures and operations in a performance situation. Emphasis placed on careful pre-planning, appropriate safety procedures and on follow- up critiques and evaluation of the work done. Assignments will be made on the basis of the ability and the prior achievements of each student, assuring a variety of work experiences. Each succeeding semester will involve a greater degree of production responsibility. Prerequisite; ENT 2120 and for each succeeding level is successful completion of the prior course

Introduction to Interactive 3D Environments Programming

Introduction to Interactive 3D Environments Programming

This course provides students with technical foundations and opportunity to work with state of the art virtual reality (VR) systems and interactive 3D environments. The foundations covered in this course apply to computer games, 3D film production, immersive environments, and virtual scenery for live performance. Students will be prepared to apply and extend basic skills in modeling, scripting and programming. Emphasizes production, teamwork, analysis of interactive 3D systems, and applications-driven user experiences with assessment of aesthetic orientation.

Topics And Perspectives in Emerging Media-Fall 2014

Topics And Perspectives in Emerging Media-Fall 2014

This course provides an introduction to the study and analysis of emerging technologies and how this influences practical process. Students will examine how technologies have evolved historically as well as develop perspectives on they would best be used in the future. Major topics will include computing history, human-computer interaction, computers and culture, and the ethical and social implications of new technologies. In the lab component of the course, students will learn to employ methods of documentation currently in use at research institutions and in private industry in order to place research being done in a wider context.

Culmination Project -ENT4499-F14-81189

Culmination Project -ENT4499-F14-81189

The course is to serve as the senior thesis project. The student will either: 1) act in a principal supervisory role in a production as a designer or technical director; 2) propose, design and build a specialized piece of show equipment; or 3) develop a project which utilizes his/her skills in a new and innovative way that relates to or impacts on the entertainment industry. All projects must be approved by the adviser and should demonstrate professional management, technical design and presentation skills. Documentation of planning, design and realization will be presented to a committee of instructors, both in entertainment technology and related disciplines, as well as industry professionals; all are to be selected by the students and approved by the adviser. Though students will enroll in the course during their senior year, development of the project should begin during the second semester of the junior year.

NARRATIVE DESIGN – MTEC 2125

NARRATIVE DESIGN – MTEC 2125

Through the examination of the earliest gestures of cave drawings to sophisticated multimedia narratives, students study the ingredients and structures necessary for compelling storytelling. Observing the linear and non-linear narrative techniques and archetypes used in diverse mediums, such as, graphic novels, games, virtual worlds, music, cinema, social networks, and live performance, we uncover the influences and connections between each modality. Through hands-on projects, students produce visual, auditory, written and integrated sequences using animation, video, sound, music, text, and dialogue.

My Projects

The Open Road

The Open Road

The Open Road is our place to highlight all that’s possible on the OpenLab. Join now to keep up on OpenLab news, events, and updates. Check our weekly In the Spotlight posts for a glimpse into the incredible work being done by City Tech students, faculty, and staff. Follow OpenLab News for announcements and site updates. And see our OpenLab Calendar for office hours, events, and workshops. You can find our workshop schedule and signup for workshops here as well. The Open Road is also a place for the OpenLab community (meaning you!). We would love your feedback, insight, and comments. Please send along anything on the OpenLab that you love! We are always available for any questions you might have. Email us anytime at openlab@citytech.cuny.edu!

Storm Stories

Storm Stories

A place for students and faculty to tell us about your personal storm experiences. Please post your own stories or photos.

Your Brain On Emotiv

Your Brain On Emotiv

An exploration of the Emotiv headset and its functions, discussions of potentials to be and accomplishments already had with it, code (whole or snippets) with documentation, and more.

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