iPhone App Developer
With all the iPhones, iPads, and iPods out there, it’s no wonder you are looking at this program description! You want to create games for these devices! We have the tools to help you. Over the course of a fi ve sessions, you’ll have the chance to create amazing 2D games for these devices! You’ll design your own characters, backgrounds, and sounds, or use content from existing libraries. We’ll cover concepts like development and design process, game planning, event-based actions, rules, level design, and playability. If you’re scared that you lack the programming knowledge, don’t worry! The tools we use allow you to make these great games without any coding knowledge. All you need is a Mac and you are good to go. If you have an idea that you believe can make your game great, this is your chance to prove it. Once you are done, the games can be published and even sold on the online Mac store for profi t! Requirements: Must have a Mac and a iPhone, iPod, or iPad.
(20272 FA AP101 C5A) Andrew Lauman, 5 sessions, Thu, 6–8 pm, $125. Starts Feb 2
Robotics Arduino 4
If you’ve had enough of the mindstorms and want to really jump into the guts of robotics, then this is the course for you! In Arduino 1, you will explore robotics from the ground up through the use of basic electrical components and a micro processor. You will learn about analog versus digital circuits, electricity, wiring, LEDS, sensors, and microprocessor programming. Students must be 15 or older and understand programming (reading code, syntax, functions, variables, etc)
ABBOTSFORD — Clearbrook centre
(20246 FA BOT01 A5A) Andrew Lauman, 5 sessions, Tue, 6–8 pm, $125. Starts Jan 31
Last Updated December 2011