topical media & game development
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- for any chapter -- choose either
- for additional lectures == choose lectures
- for (digital) resources -- choose resources
- for printing directives -- choose print
- for an explanation of the slide format -- choose slides
- and for the rest -- make your own choice
This material is copyrighted.
You may not copy or print any of this material
without explicit permission of the author
or the publisher.
The notes are available
- in PDF format
- online in HTML
- as slides in both dynamic HTML and VRML
Slides are segments or slices of the text that may be displayed
independently, or in sequence, with enlarged font.
format, as well as in a home-grown VRML format.
PDF (reading and printing)
Go to the
and click on PDF.
A PDF reader must be installed on your system.
Such a reader can be freely obtained at www.adobe.com.
click on the sign
at the top right for a PDF version of that particular chapter or section.
Click on ,
in the topleft of the navigation area, for a contents listing.
Click on the
at the index page,or any of the other pages,
for a dynamic HTML version of the slides.
DejaVU Online (Readers Guide) for an explanation of the navigation options.
The principle is simple, click on the right yellow sidebar,
until the presentation is finished.
For a VRML version,
click on the sign.
These links require the blaxxun
Contact 3D plugin.
Hit the spacebar to advance in the sequence.
The backspace takes you one back.
This document may contain trails.
Qualified trails are indicated with, for example,
C: < % ^ >. In this case it concerns a concepts
The signs indicate respectively:
- < -- back, to the previous segment
- % -- (toggle) to slide-mode in text, to text in slide-mode
- ^ -- up (to the beginning of a chapter or section)
- > -- to the next segment
In resources links to other sites
as well as online copies of external material are given.
The CDROM contains the full online version of the course notes.
Open the file
index.html in Netscape Navigator or
Microsoft Internet Explorer, and click on readme
for an explanation or introduction multimedia
to access the material.
The online version provides you with both an HTML-based
presentation format, as well as a VRML-based format, for
presenting the lectures in class.
The blaxxun Contact 3D VRML browser you need for this may be freely obtained
You may not copy or print any of this material without explicit permission of the author or the publisher.
In case of other copyright issues, contact the author.