3D computer graphics course launched

5/14/2013 12:00:00 AM

Autodesk has announced the second part of its free, two-part Udacity course that teaches participants the basic principles of 3D computer graphics.

Features include:

*A free opportunity to learn the basic principles of 3D graphics, with a focus on real-time rendering and animation.
*Mix of YouTube lectures, interactive 3D demos, questions and in-browser programming exercises.
*A self-paced course equivalent to 10 weeks of college work.
*3D demos, available here, show students how they can apply what they learn from the lectures to real-world problems.


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