UASLP invites courses in science and video games
San Luis Potosi, SLP. – Certificate in Application and Teaching of Educational Science and Mathematics from the Faculty of Science of the Autonomous University of San Luis Potosi (UASLP), offering the online course “Science in Animation and Video Games”, which will begin on Monday, March 14, with six weekly sessions of each Approximately 90 minutes, aimed especially at high school students and teachers.
In an interview, Dr. Flavio Figueres Gómez, a researcher at the college, explained that it will start on March 14 because it is “Pi-day,” 6:00 p.m. These sessions will address the scientific issues applied by various companies making films, animations, special effects and video game creation, that use scientific knowledge of physics, mathematics, and even biomechanics.
He also indicated that the course consists of six sessions in which topics such as: virtual reality, augmented and mixed reality are discussed. Zombies and epidemics. a movement; Interact with the webcam and how to evaluate my performance in the game?, with the participation of faculty and external speakers.
For her part, Evelyn Lisbeth Escalante Castilla, a graduate of the Faculty of Science, confirmed that the activity targets high school students and teachers from all over the state of San Luis Potosi; This will help teach them how to apply math in a fun context, for example, in video games and animation, where the math is behind all of this.
Those interested in participating can go to the degree page for more information: https://m.facebook.com/LAECUASLP/
Here you will find the agenda and details of each session. Registration is open with no quota limit; Later, the meeting link will be shared in Teams with you to access the course.