Teacher will provide powerpoints. Theory classess requires students to bring paper and pen to take notes
Typical teaching in class room
Student preparation of own demos
The course presents to the students six topics of physics applied in games.
Each week the student has to do a game-demo related to the topic and a video explaining the parts of the project and the final outlook.
Each video will be evaluated by the two teachers and they will grade the video from 0 to 5 points.
The average of the six videos is calculated and that counts for 66 % of the grade.
The last two weeks the student prepare a final game project including as many topics of the course as possible. The project is presented real-time (no video) to the rest of the participants. This work will be grade by the two teachers, and it will count for 34 % of the grade.
29.08.2022 - 22.12.2022
30.07.2022 - 21.10.2022
Engineering and Business
come to the class. Don't be lazy
Degree Programme in Information and Communication Technology, Degree Programme in Information and Communications Technology
There are no exams in this course. Evaluation is based on weekly work and final work. See Assessment info.
Analyze -> think -> work -> solve -> show
Between XX November 2022 (Week 45) and XX December 2020 (Week 51)
ATTENTION: Final dates published in ItsLearning. Always check ItsLearning!
Mondays from 9:00 to 12:00 in Auditorium. Class is face to face
Tuesdays. 4 hours own work
Wednesdays: 4 hours own work
Thursdays: from 9:00 to 12:00 in room C3031
Fridays: 4 hours own work
The used hours are approximately 135 which is equivalent to 5 ECTs
The course starts on 24th October at 9:00, ends on 15.12., and it is divided in 7 blocks.
The blocks and their corresponding goals are:
Learn basics related to the use of Unity to solve Physics in games
Understand connection between UI and hardcore coding
Use elemental physics equaltions to model different types of objects motion
Learn verification methods to test the correctness of the solution
Understand frequent algorithms applied for collisions and avoidance of tunneling effect
Learn about changes of trayectories and velocities using collision principles
Improve knowledge on projectile trayectories when considering physical effects like air resistance and air drag
Learn to use databases and second order equation fitting to empirical data
Learn basics of sound propagation and transmission in open and close spaces
Learn tools for immersive 3D-audio modelling in Unity
Understand basics about smoke and flames propagation
Learn the use of shaders and other modelling tools for visually appealing representation of flames and smoke
Improve oral and visual presentation skills when pitching your game