Sci-Vis Open Sessions: Working with Blender 3D

Sci Vis Lab (BLS 101)

Sci-Vis Open Sessions are weekly. Blender is a free and open-source 3D computer graphics software toolset used for creating animation, art, visual effects, 3D printed models, motion graphics, interactive 3D applications, VR, and computer games. Participants will receive an introduction to the new interface of Blender 3.0 during the first week, and get access to high-powered desktop computers to work through personal 3D modeling projects in a communal setting. Led by Karly Andreassen of Academic Computing Services, please email kandreassen@vassar.edu in order to share your interest in this weekly workshop series, or for general information on getting started with 3D modeling.

Intro to Audio Recording and Campus Resources

Main Library Electronic Classroom

Planning to record voice or music and you have never done it before? Interested in podcasting? Perhaps you have an interview you need to edit and share? We’ll review free and cross-platform tools and review resources for audio production. We’ll conclude by visiting the audio nook and the studio in the basement of Chicago Hall. Led by Baynard Bailey of Academic Computing Services.

Drone Cinematography Workshop

Sunset Lake

Join us for an afternoon of flying and exploring the capabilities of the DJI Phantom 4 Pro. Find out how you can add production value to your projects with help from the licensed drone operator from Vassar Innovation Lab. This service is free to Vassar students! We'll have snacks! Bring a friend!

Innovation Lab Open Sessions: Intro to 3D printing

Innovation Lab

Drop-in every Wednesday from 3:30 – 5:00 pm Learn the software and tools involved in 3D printing and see how 3D printers work. Participants will learn the workflows involved in sending print jobs to the 3D printers in the Innovation Lab. Bring your own 3D models from the Blender modeling class or learn how to find 3D objects online. Led by Chad Fust of Academic Computing Services.

Sci-Vis Open Sessions: Working with Blender 3D

Sci Vis Lab (BLS 101)

Sci-Vis Open Sessions are weekly. Blender is a free and open-source 3D computer graphics software toolset used for creating animation, art, visual effects, 3D printed models, motion graphics, interactive 3D applications, VR, and computer games. Participants will receive an introduction to the new interface of Blender 3.0 during the first week, and get access to high-powered desktop computers to work through personal 3D modeling projects in a communal setting. Led by Karly Andreassen of Academic Computing Services, please email kandreassen@vassar.edu in order to share your interest in this weekly workshop series, or for general information on getting started with 3D modeling.

Innovation Lab Open Sessions: Intro to 3D printing

Innovation Lab

Drop-in every Wednesday from 3:30 – 5:00 pm Learn the software and tools involved in 3D printing and see how 3D printers work. Participants will learn the workflows involved in sending print jobs to the 3D printers in the Innovation Lab. Bring your own 3D models from the Blender modeling class or learn how to find 3D objects online. Led by Chad Fust of Academic Computing Services.

Intro to Stop-Motion Animation Workshop

Taylor Hall 318

Interested in Stop-motion animation? Come learn about Dragonframe animation software. Discover how to access campus resources such as cameras and studio space available to you to make your stop-motion film. During this workshop I will be showing some stop-motion examples and demonstrating the basics of starting a project in Dragonframe. Please email Amy Laughlin ( amlaughlin@vassar.edu ) to reserve a space in the class.

Sci-Vis Open Sessions: Working with Blender 3D

Sci Vis Lab (BLS 101)

Sci-Vis Open Sessions are weekly. Blender is a free and open-source 3D computer graphics software toolset used for creating animation, art, visual effects, 3D printed models, motion graphics, interactive 3D applications, VR, and computer games. Participants will receive an introduction to the new interface of Blender 3.0 during the first week, and get access to high-powered desktop computers to work through personal 3D modeling projects in a communal setting. Led by Karly Andreassen of Academic Computing Services, please email kandreassen@vassar.edu in order to share your interest in this weekly workshop series, or for general information on getting started with 3D modeling.

Innovation Lab Open Sessions: Intro to 3D printing

Innovation Lab

Drop-in every Wednesday from 3:30 – 5:00 pm Learn the software and tools involved in 3D printing and see how 3D printers work. Participants will learn the workflows involved in sending print jobs to the 3D printers in the Innovation Lab. Bring your own 3D models from the Blender modeling class or learn how to find 3D objects online. Led by Chad Fust of Academic Computing Services.

Sci-Vis Open Sessions: Working with Blender 3D

Sci-Vis Open Sessions are weekly. Blender is a free and open-source 3D computer graphics software toolset used for creating animation, art, visual effects, 3D printed models, motion graphics, interactive 3D applications, VR, and computer games. Participants will receive an introduction to the new interface of Blender 3.0 during the first week, and get access to high-powered desktop computers to work through personal 3D modeling projects in a communal setting. Led by Karly Andreassen of Academic Computing Services, please email kandreassen@vassar.edu in order to share your interest in this weekly workshop series, or for general information on getting started with 3D modeling.

Innovation Lab Open Sessions: Intro to 3D printing

Innovation Lab

Drop-in every Wednesday from 3:30 – 5:00 pm Learn the software and tools involved in 3D printing and see how 3D printers work. Participants will learn the workflows involved in sending print jobs to the 3D printers in the Innovation Lab. Bring your own 3D models from the Blender modeling class or learn how to find 3D objects online. Led by Chad Fust of Academic Computing Services.

Intro to Omeka

Zoom

Omeka is a free, open-source content management system for online digital collections that allows users to publish and exhibit scholarly collections and cultural heritage objects. This workshop will begin with the basics of creating an account and installing Omeka and its associated plugins. The most useful plugins and best practices for their use will be covered along with theming and site customization. Led by Nicole Scalessa of Digital Scholarship and Technology Services Register: https://libcal.vassar.edu/event/9537514

css.php