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KXH242 Fundamentals of Interactive Entertainment

This unit offered from 2010 provides students with an understanding and overview of interactive entertainment and new media from the perspective of the developer, storyteller, designer, artist and audience. This unit provides students with the theories, tools and techniques to create and analyse stories that can be told as digital interactive games, animated films, immersive experiences or various forms of mixed reality design to help them in the analysis of properties and the creation of new ones.

This is a second level unit within the Human Interface Technology (HIT) Major and Diploma of Creative Media Technology courses within the HIT Lab Australia. Our undergraduate units are instructional companions to the Human Interface Technology Laboratory in Australia. This Laboratory is linked to the HIT Lab at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, USA and the HIT Lab NZ, located at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NZ and will promote the development of advanced human interfaces and media technologies.

Concepts and Unit Elements

Overview of Unit

(To be updated in early 2010)

Prerequisites: None

Teaching Delivery Method: Details to come

Delivery Staff: Contact Daniel Rolf with inquiries

Assessment: Details to come

Key Semester Dates and timetables: Details to come

Updated April 11th 2010