The Multimedia course has been through two different versions. In its current form, CS215 is focusing on interactive games and puzzles.
Below is a collection of some small pieces of a few projects created in the class, giving an idea of the scope of possibilities that the course can open up. If you want to receive a CD-ROM with sample projects, contact to Prof. P. Metaxas.
Pre-2003 CS/ARTS Projects
In its first version, it was co-taught with Prof. Naomi Ribner of the Art Department as CS/ARTS215 - The Art and Science of Multimedia. Every year, 7-14 projects were developed, published in a CD-ROM, and presented at the Ruhlman Conference. Experience from this course is described in a SIGGRAPH98 paper and an ICMCS99 paper (see this list of publications).
NOTE: All of the links below are small excerpts ("teasers") of the original multimedia applications
Maintained By: Takis Metaxas