Visiting ScanlineVFX| Study trip in the course of “Practical Course 3D Modeling” at LMU
167 Student Applications Total | Summer Term 2017
120 Student Applications for Practical Course 3D Modelling with Blender
47 Student Applications for Open Games Workshop
Locked – A Virtual Reality Escape Game Concept by Mareike Haug, Alexander Kremer and Thomas Steinbrecher . Watch our video on YouTube
This project was created in the course of the university lecture “Open Games Workshop” directed by Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Höhl at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität (LMU) Munich | Media Informatics . Winter term 2016/2017.
Kindly supported by Innoactive GmbH., Munich, Germany | Daniel Seidl, Evangelos Angelidis, Roman Rolnik and Thomas Wimmer
This project was created in the course of the lecture “Practical Course 3D Modeling with Blender” directed by Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Höhl at Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich | Media Informatics Groups . Summer term 2016
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SoaM – Rites of Murder . CG animation by Richard Metzler . Computer generated and animated speed metal drums.
This project was created in the course of the university lecture “Practical Course 3D Modeling with Blender” directed by Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Höhl at Ludwig- Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich | Media Informatics Groups . Winter term 2014/2015
3D-Animation meets Journalism at Media Lab Bayern
Lina Timm, program manager of Media Lab Bayern invited the students of our course “Practical course 3D-Modeling with Blender” to their new facilities in Munich.
We were introduced to four fellowship partners and listened to their interesting project pitches. In a short workshop our students could work out two ideas for interactive game applications to get 3D technology and journalism a little bit closer to each other.
Wolfgang Höhl (2009): Interactive Environments with Open-Source Software
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Vanessa Oswald: Junaio – From rustical farmer fair to rollercoaster beer festival . The Oktoberfest 1910 – 2014, in: Augmented Blog from 2014-10-02 by Metaio, the Augmented Reality Company, Munich.
Blogpost on the Augmented Reality students project by Jens Fakesch and Maximilian Hackenschmied, realized in the course of the lecture “Practical Course 3D Modeling” directed by Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Höhl at Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) | Media Informatics Group, Summer term 2014.