Because "two heads are better than one",
the course project is a 2-person team project.
The project is quite open-ended:
you and your teammate are to build an original animated movie or game.
To pass the course:
you and your teammate must demonstrate your animated movie or game
the last day of the course;
you and your teammate must deliver to me a copy of your movie or game
that will appear on the course website; and
your team-mate (see below) must agree that you contributed your fair share
to the course project.
Movie or Game?
You may choose to build either a movie or a game for your course project.
For the purposes of this course, the main differences are
Which you choose is entirely up to you.
a movie has a linear presentation,
a game can have a non-linear presentation;
a movie is non-interactive, a game is interactive;
a movie is usually somewhat simpler to design than a game,
because of the linear nature of a movie.
Your course project will be available via the Internet.
Movies must be rated "G" for general audiences,
and games must be rated "E" for everyone.
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