Principles of Design
Part I: Principles of Design
1. Define design.
Developing a plan for a project.
2. What should a designer consider when working on a design?
- What will sell a product?
- What will get the attention of the consumer?
3. What are the 3
Linear Perspective Video
Define the following concepts:
The place where you are, your eye level.
The place where you are, your eye level and the angle from your point of
The place where you are, at y
Color Part I
1. What is color?
A function of light and represents one portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.
2. What are the two models of color?
Additive: Light (all colors of light mix to produce WHITE
Subtractive: Pigment (all pigments
How Computers Work
Watch the following video on How Computers Work:
Answer the following questions as you watch:
1. Pause the video and list the Seven Major Components of a computer:
Vector vs. Bitmap Questions:
1. What is a Vector image?
Also called outline images are images made with lines, text, and shapes.
2. What is another name for a vector image?
3. What are specific advantages of vector over bitmap-based images?
2D Presentation Techniques
1. For each of the following, write a definition and then look at the examples of
Picture Window- A poster like layout type that shows importance to the main visual
Type Specimen- the specimen, or each of a set of specimen
Careers Associated with SciVis
1. Name three advanced techniques which would involve medical imaging.
MRI, CAT scan, PET scan and X-rays.
2. Other than reading images, what are some other jobs associated with medical
Careers are also available in
1. What is Geocaching?
Go to the following website and answer the questions below:
a. What is Geocaching?
A real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to
a specific s
Sensing Earth From Space
1. How long have satellites been in existence?
2. What were early satellites used for: (name 2)
Weather and Navigation
3. What are satellites used for today (name 5)
Use the Power Point presentation titled Software Programs to answer the following
_D_1. Allows the user to edit video clips.
A. Arc view
_E_2. Used to create and print word documents.
_I_3. Used to create html documents
1. What are some examples of information that is copyrighted?
Copyright is a form of protection provided by the laws of the United States (title 17,
U.S. Code) to the authors of original works of authorship, including literary,
Information Visualization Video Worksheet
Save this file in your folder on the desktop as InfoVisualizationWksht.
Chart & Graph:
o What software was used in this demonstration?
o Where might you see a wordless recipe?
Mom and Dad, I want a Laptop!
What are the parts to a computer?
Byte and Bits
1. What is multimedia?
The field concerned with the computer-controlled integration of text, graphics, drawings,
still and moving images (Video), animation, audio, and any other media where every type
of information can be repres
Organize the Two Columns so that the Career matches the Definition.
Apply the theories and principles of science and mathematics to
research and develop economical solutions to technical problems. In
addition to design and developme
By: Orion F.
REMOTE SENSING DEF.
the acquisition of information about an object
or phenomenon without making physical
contact with the object and thus in contrast to
on site observation.
an object in space that orbits or circles
A picture or diagram made with a pencil,
pen, or crayon rather than paint, especially
one drawn in monochrome.
we have a colorcoded Excel
spreadsheet of all
of our trip expenses
We use word
History and Impact of SciVis
Save this file in your folder on the desktop as History, Tech, and Careers as a .doc file. Then
begin answering the questions below:
Use the PPT presentation (History, Impact and Careers of Sci Vis) to answer the following
SCI VIS I
Parts of a computer
I. Computer terms:
1. Input device
A peripheral (piece of computer hardware equipment) used to provide data and control
signals to an information processing system such as a computer or information appliance.
2. Output device