VIS 220 Animation (Spring 2019)

  1. Based on Feliks Zemdegs's world record solve of 5.66 seconds set on June 25, 2011 at Melbourne Winter Open 2011, a Rubik's cube recreates the journey of how the solve was performed, with some unexpected twists.

    Additional audio samples:
    youtube.com/watch?v=3v_Km6cv6DU
    youtube.com/watch?v=R07JiT0PlcE

    Special thanks to Tim Szetela
    VIS 220
    Spring 2019

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  2. A student has work to do.

    Final project for VIS 220 Spring 2019 taught by Tim Szetela, Princeton University

    Sounds used from freesounds.org

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  4. Animation Final Project for VIS 220

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VIS 220 Animation (Spring 2019)

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Final projects created by students from the Spring 2019 VIS 220: Digital Animation course in the Visual Arts program at Princeton University.

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