The 38th International Conference And Exhibition on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques

Applying Color Theory to Digital Media and Visualization

Wednesday, 10 August 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm | West Building, Rooms 118-120

This course highlights the visual impact of specific color combinations, provides practical suggestions on color mixing, and includes a hands-on session that teaches how to build and evaluate color schemes for digital media visualization.

COURSE SCHEDULE

2 pm
Introduction

2:05 pm
Review of Additive and Subtractive Color Models

2:10 pm
Defining Color Gamut, Colors Spaces, and Color Systems

2:25 pm
Overview of Selected Artistic Movements Pertaining to Color Theory

2:35 pm
Visualization Case Studies

2:50 pm
Hands on Workshop Using Online Color Tools

3:20 pm
Wrap-Up, Other Resources, and Concluding Remarks

Level

Introductory

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of computer graphics and visualization is helpful but not required.

Intended Audience

Everyone interested in creating digital media and visualization.

Instructor(s)

Theresa-Marie Rhyne
Consultant