Starting with media production software and programming for communication over the web, the course allows students to acquire skills in creative coding environments, in step with industry requirements in web and application development. From mobile app design to working with open source data, physical computing, and machine learning we investigate what drives the technologies used by everyone today.
If you want to work in media you will love learning about 2D and 3D Animation, the media production pipeline, video & audio production, post-production and visual effects, as well as immersive experiences in AR, VR and Games. Here are some videos of previous student projects:
Aimee Holdsworth, 2020
A web based application made with JS libraries to track and visualise migraine data and better understand users’ health.
Joe Hall, Erik Tomica and Donata Lesiak, 2020
Audio visualisation of sounds being played, created by combining a Raspberry Pi with OSC, React.js and P5.js.
Mapping Sound To Body Movements
Cristiano Almeida, 2019
This project combines machine learning and web technologies in form of TensorFlow’s version of the poseNet model, WebRTC and the Web Audio API.
James Rees, 2019
A comparison application for rental properties in and around Bristol, with the front-end application built in Angular 6 and a series of scrapers built in Python to collect information.
Lyre-Bird by Finlay McBride, 2020
Application for storage of lyrics, chords and recordings. Built using Mongo DB, Express.js, React.js and Node.js.
The Travel Platform
Dan Bates, 2019
Using React.js fora navigable geo-visualisation and a hybrid of mapping technologies (Mapbox and Deck.GL). Recommended destinations are mapped and can be explored to reveal information about the locality, flights and imagery which is pulled from third- party sources.