Multimedia project

A.Y. 2021/2022
Overall hours
Learning objectives
The objective of the course is that of being the moment in which, mainly for the Multimedia track, but also in the Mobile and Social Computing track if added voluntarily to the study plan, the students use the technical skills acquired with the aim of developing communication contents and projects
Expected learning outcomes
At the end of the course the student should be able to autonomously deal with the design and supervision of the main development phases of a communication product or project. In particular, she/he should be able to tackle the practical and technological issues at the base of the development of a multimedia, audiovisual, graphical or related work.
Course syllabus and organization

Single session

Lesson period
Second semester
Course syllabus
- Storytelling, characters and plot developement
- Script and storyboards
- Digital media characteristics
- Photographic technique: exposure, focals, dynamic range control, HDR, frame rate, flickering, etc.
- Color correction and management
- visualization and post-processing
- Movie restoration and image enhancement
Prerequisites for admission
Imaging basic techniques, image and video compression
Teaching methods
Lectures and exercises
Teaching Resources
Course slides

Scott Arundale and Tashi Trieu, "Modern Post Workflows and Techniques for Digital Filmmakers", Focal press, 2015

Chris Vogler, "Il viaggio dell'eroe. La struttura del mito ad uso di scrittori di narrativa e di cinema", Dino Audino ed., 2010

J.J. McCann; V. Vonikakis; A. Rizzi, "HDR Scene Capture and Appearance", SPIE Spotlight Series, Volume: SL35, December 2017, ISBN: 9781510618541.

J.J. McCann, A. Rizzi, "The Art and Science of HDR Imaging", John Wiley, ISBN: 978-0-470-66622-7, pp. XXV+389, (2011).
Assessment methods and Criteria
Exercises will be given during the course for the students attending lessons.
Near the end of the course or after, each student (alone or in groups of maximum three) will choose with the teacher the topic for a final project. This will be the development of content and form of an original communication project.
The student will present and discuss all the exercises and the final project. After this discussion an oral examination will decide the final pass or fail.
INF/01 - INFORMATICS - University credits: 9
Lessons: 72 hours
Professor: Rizzi Alessandro
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