Year 2: 3D Design
Requirements : Age 8 to 11
Duration : 24 hours ( 3 Months )
What is this Course ?
3D modeling is the creation of a three-dimensional object inside of simulated software. The object can be created from simple shapes all the way up to complex high-polygon models. A polygon is one triangle, and It takes many triangles to make a circle or complex object.
Often—and depending on the format of modeling you’re trying to achieve—real-world objects are scanned into the software through a 3D-scanning device; then, those objects are used as digital tracing paper to create the final model using the same process mentioned above. Once created, these objects can be scaled and manipulated however the user sees fit.
1. Increases your creative workflow
2. You get to understand how shapes work
3. You can communicate better with other team members
4. Increased design vocabulary
5. You can create more realistic and detailed design concepts
6. More job opportunities
7. You can handle multimedia presentations
8. Learning is easier than you think
Topic 1 : Basic visual concepts and prespective of 3D modelling.
Topic 2 : Axis, Plane and navigation
Interface and movement.
Topic 3: Basic shape tools
Topic 4: Shape manipulation and scaling
Part 1, Part 2
Topic 5: Properties of model.
Methods of grouping and holing.
Alligining and flip tool.
Topic 6: Tinkercad Tools
Numbers and texts.
Project 1: Penguin
Buildings parts for penguin.
Assembly of parts.
Topic 7: Shape generators.
Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.
Topic 8: Pre-installed models for 3d printing.
Topic 9: Import export and collboration.
Topic 10:Things to consider before 3d printing
Project 2: F1 Car
Building car parts .
Assembling F1 car parts
Topic 11: Develop Projects Examples: Aircraft, Spot Micro bot, Robots