Art and Technology, Geometry
2021W, Vorlesungen (VO), 2.0 ECTS, 2.0 semester hours, course number 2205046
In this course, students will learn the most important notations and shorthand symbols.
Mechanical drawing has its own rules, which do not always coincide with the rules of Descriptive Geometry but are nevertheless well-conceived and useful.
Even in times of computer-assisted 3D rendering, mechanical drawing is nonetheless important. For one, it is only possible to read and interpret older plans and mechanical drawings if one knows the corresponding rules and conventions.
Even in this technically oriented lecture (aimed at industrial designers), there is a great deal of hand drawing -- at a later stage, CAD programs will be appropriate tools.
If it is going to be necessary to switch to distance learning during the semester, this course will be continued virtually. More information will be provided in due time.
Written exam at the end of term.
If a switch to distance learning will become necessary during the semester, further information on the exam will be provided by the lecturer in time.
Requirement: Introduction to Descriptive Geometry
The lecture is held in German, by appointment (blocked).
At this point in time, the lecture will likely be held in Seminarraum 7 (former HS 2), OKP Ferstel-Trakt, 1st floor. As soon as there is more information available concerning the Covid-management for this semester, you will receive updates via this platform.
From 30 August 2021, 12:00 to 07 October 2021, 23:59
Via online registration
TransArts - Transdisciplinary Arts (Bachelor): Theoretical foundations: Theoretical foundations
Industrial Design (1. Section): Technology / Natural Science - Basics: Schematic and Construction Drawing
Fine Arts (2. Section): Artistic Practice in Technical Context: Free Electives out of Artistic Practice in Technical Context
Individual courses: possible