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Mike Lecolant
Academic interests

Entertainment Technology

My Courses

MTEC1003 – Media Computation Skills Lab – Spring 2015

MTEC1003 – Media Computation Skills Lab – Spring 2015

This class will cover some basic tools, skills, and best practices that support programming. Topics include source code management, basic front-end technologies (HTML/CSS, JavaScript), Unix command line tools, and basic server administration. Avatar image source: Flickr user laughingsquid

MTEC 3125 Non-Linear Narrative

MTEC 3125 Non-Linear Narrative

hrough the examination of the earliest gestures of cave drawings to sophisticated multimedia narratives, students study the ingredients and structures necessary for compelling digital storytelling. Through hands-on projects, students produce visual, auditory, written, physical and integrated sequences using video, sound, music, text, animation, web, mobile, games & the internet of things.

IMT1101 Emerging Media Foundations SP2015

IMT1101 Emerging Media Foundations SP2015

An introduction to interactive multimedia technology with a focus on interdisciplinary, project based, cooperative learning. Attendees will be immersed in the protocols and processes of the design process: ideation, presentation, dissemination, prototyping, and production. Participants will explore basic theoretical and applied concepts of audio, visual, tactile and interaction design through creative group projects, visiting professionals, and online documentation of work produced. This course provides a foundational structure necessary for working in the the highly interdisciplinary media technology field. This course lays the foundation for work and research practices that the will be expected to follow in the rest of the academic career and in the workplace.

IMT1102 Production Practices SP2015

IMT1102 Production Practices SP2015

This course provides a hands-on introduction to the applied principles and production techniques used in interactive media development. Students will be introduced to the basic theory, practices, and technology necessary for success in digital media courses. Topics include digital imaging, audio and video management, prototyping, project management, as well as, interactive, networked, and physical computing technologies. The structure of this course emphasizes an integrated and creative approach to interactive media with detailed instruction and practice in the technical aspects of production that go hand in hand with critical academic thinking.

My Projects

Culmination Project

Culmination Project

Project site for all Entertainment Technology and Emerging Media Technology majors.

ENT 3320 D260

ENT 3320 D260

The production of an tangible headpiece.

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