6 courses
Physical Computing

Peter Knobloch

The objective of the lecture is to impart & develop fundamental theories, principles and approaches for the use and development of electrical circuits with microcontrollers or (max. credit card sized) single-board computers. By the means of examples and practical exercises using a Raspberry Pi Zero W the following topics will by gradually developed: History, literature, references Fundamental parts of a… 2021S, Vorlesung und Übungen, 2.0 ECTS

Experimente mit Elektronik und Arduino

Jonas Bohatsch

This course is aimed at beginners who never worked in the field of physical computing.Attendants will learn how to work with the Arduino Platform. Content • Overview of the Arduino Platform • Basics of programming Arduino • Working with sensors • Controlling LEDs, motors, etc. 2021S, Vorlesung und Übungen, 2.0 ECTS

Grundlagen des Programmierens

Peter Knobloch

The objective of the lecture is to develop fundamental programming skills by the means of the programming language Python 3. By the means of examples and practical exercises the following topics will by gradually developed: What is a program? Which programming language for which purpose „Vocabulary “ & „grammar“ of a programming language Simple in- and output of data Conditions,… 2020W, Vorlesung und Übungen, 2.0 ECTS

Praxismodul I und II

Birgit Hertel

MODUL 1: SIMPLE CHARACTER ANIMATION AND FRAME BY FRAME MODUL 2: MOCKUPS FOR PRESENTATION AND PORTFOLIO Detailed Info and Examples here. - Praxismodules are short 6 hour Courses focusing on different subjects. Students may visit them one by one and will get a grade if the finished two Modules independent of whether they are held in SS or WS. Praxismodul… 2020W, Vorlesung und Übungen, 1.0 ECTS

Creative Coding I

Jonas Bohatsch

Creative Coding This course teaches basic programming skills with the language Processing and it's javascript equivalent P5.js.Wether designer or artist; after successfully completing the course, students are able to use coding as a tool in their creative practice.Content: Basics of programming in P5js  Working with random number generators Programming of a drawing software tool Computational thinking 2020W/2021S, Vorlesung und Übungen, 2.0 ECTS

Digital Fabrication

Peter Knobloch

The objective of the lecture is to impart & develop fundamental principles, practices and approaches for computer controlled manufacturing methods. Digital Fabrication History, literature, references Classification of manufacturing methods according to DIN 8580 Additive and subtractive manufacturing Milling, punching, nibbling Laser cutting & engraving Functional principle Suitable materials Testing the suitability of unknown materials Typical properties and applications Data format:… 2021S, Vorlesung und Übungen, 2.0 ECTS