The 2019 ETSU team won Third-Place at the District 7 level of the National Student Advertising Competition. The competition was held in conjunction with the Spring Conference of the American Advertising Federation, in Mobile, Alabama. The ETSU students competed against other student teams from schools from around the south east such as the University of Alabama, LSU and MTSU. With all districts combined, there were nearly 150 schools working on the same advertising challenge for the client Wienerschnitzel, “The World’s Largest Hot Dog Chain.” The ETSU team was comprised of students from the Department of Digital Media and the Department of Media and Communications. Continue Reading
The fire hydrant—a rite of passage!
An overview video for Jensen Abler’s undergraduate Honor’s in Discipline thesis.
Students study shooting, editing and acting to compose a dynamic TV commercial for a product or service.
For DIGM 2720 Raster-Based imaging, students devised their own movie title and a unique visual theme create a fictitious movie poster. Often, the student is encouraged to put themselves in the poster.
Recent graduate Patrick Ferguson (May 2017) in an article on building a modular space station in UE4. Artstation.
East Tennessee State University’s Digital Media Department is offering two freshman-level digital media classes as dual-enrollment opportunities for high school students. These on-line classes count as college and high school credit. Our admissions staff work with your high school counselors to work out the details. We’re offering: DIGM1500 Digital Game Design. The course provides student with hands-on experience in the gaming fields and awareness of the gaming, interaction, and other 3D industries. Students create 3D models with an eye towards entertainment (gaming and VR) uses, and work with the Unreal Game engine to create their first game level. DIGM1900 Digital Continue Reading
Students in DIGM3120, 3D Rendering and Lighting, do some modeling, UV map, texture and light these scenes. They are using Global Illumination, Final Gather, and Image-Based Lighting in some cases.
Using only the vector tools, students were tasked with translating a famous painting into vector art for DIGM 2710 Vector-Based Imaging.