[Bf-education] Blender's course at Institute of Computer Science in Wrocław University

Michalis Kamburelis michalis.kambi at gmail.com
Fri Jul 11 04:36:35 CEST 2008


(This will be probably interesting only to Polish-speaking readers,
although everyone else can drop by and view the screenshots.)

I was teaching a "Blender's course" in the last semester (March-June
2008) at Institute of Computer Science in Wrocław (Poland) University
(http://www.ii.uni.wroc.pl/). Course page is here


You can view there the screenshots and movies from students' projects 
(we had 2 projects, one was a still rendering and the second one an 
animation). Polish readers may be interested in summary of lectures 
there --- we had 15 x 2-hour lectures, and managed to talk about most of 
the Blender features (including the more advanced topics, like physics, 
game engine, compositing...). We even had a projection of open movies 
(ED and BBB) at the last lecture, with some peek into their data, and 
mention about new Blender 2.46 features for BBB. We also had a 15 x 
2-hour laboratories, when students were working at computers (Debian 
with Blender 2.45) doing various tutorials suitable for last lecture and 
working on their own projects.

I think the course went quite good, we'll probably repeat it next year :)

Feel free to browse, maybe this page will help other people in Poland
planning to teach Blender's course. Any comments are welcome of course!


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