Dance 560:

Making Digital Lighting Controls

with Claude Heintz

About this course: Making Digital Lighting Controls (Dance 560) is a special topics course designed for those interested in the intersection of arts and tech. In this experimental lab course, we will explore software and hardware technologies used to control lighting in many areas, including smart houses and in the visual and performing arts. This class is for any student interested in creating a project with controllable lighting.

Students should have familiarity with the basics of programming. The class will be taught by Claude Heintz, the Dance Department’s Lighting Designer/Technical Director, who is also the author of a number of software applications for lighting.

Dance 560: Making Digital Lighting Controls Times

M,T,W,Th

1:00 – 2:40pm
Dance 560: Making Digital Lighting Controls Dates
June 26 – 
July 23
Dance 560: Making Digital Lighting Controls Credits
Credit
Course
Dance 560: Making Digital Lighting Controls Questions
Questions?
Contact

cheintz@wisc.edu

Look for DANCE 560 in your

course guide or student center.