TD 354T / ES 377 / AET 339 — Monday 9:00–10:30 a.m. — Lab Monday 5:00-7:00 p.m. — Student Cap: 24
Instructor: J.E. Johnson
In this course students will build and test a full scale escape room that will transport players to a distressed research station on the Gulf Coast in the year 2042. Students will collaborate with game designers to design, fabricate, program, install, and test physical versions of digital game puzzles. Designs may include pneumatic and servo automation as well as imbedded systems. All will receive direct instruction in traditional fabrication, welding, surface finish, and digital fabrication. This experience will build portfolios, resumes, and leadership skills for career paths in design, architecture, live entertainment, film, gaming, and engineering.