The “Welcome to Blender” workshop is a beginner-level course designed to help students with little-to-no prior experience get their feet wet with 3D modeling, using the famous open-source software known as Blender. With a step-by-step approach, students will gain an understanding of how to navigate through the user interface, as well as the terminology and methods used to create detailed 3D Models that will be suitable for 3D printing. Once the workshop is over, the skills and knowledge acquired can even be applied outside of Blender, should students wish to develop their newfound skills into a future career in 3D modeling and animation.
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The UNT Libraries Public Services Division is offering three workshops this semester for grant applicants to learn more about Data Management Plans and how to prepare them for your grant applications. We support Data Management Plan development with the DMPTool (http://dmptool.org), a free, online tool developed by the California Digital Library.
In Gambling with Electronics, apply a knowledge of programming to create a set of electronic dice.