State and Regional Competition
3D will be FEB. 9th from 7:30AM-13:00PM
Computer Programming will start on Wednesday during period 2 and period 4 Class periods will be given for this.
Photography JAN. 30th, 2018 (FIELD TRIP)
Web and Video FEB. 8TH
Web Design- (Top 3 teams with 2 per team will be selected)
The project will be for each team’s to complete a series of challenges, with a focus on creating a website that demonstrate design standard skills and coding in CSS. Each challenge must clearly demonstrate the skills as outlined in the SkillsUSA Championships Technical Standards 2015.
Photography ( Top 4 individuals will be selected)
Contestants demonstrate their ability to use digital SLR’s, image editing software (Adobe Photoshop) and professional studio lighting. Students perform on-site photography, portrait studio lighting & posing, process and print digital photos and submit two 11×14 or 16×20 mounted & matted photographs in advance of the contest to be judged and displayed at the competition. Contestants are evaluated on their mastery of entry-level job skills.
3-D Visualization and Animation- (Top 3 teams with 2 per team will be selected)
The world of 3D is rapidly expanding, and career opportunities exist in a wide range of fields – including architecture, games, product and industrial design, civil engineering, and film and television animation. This contest allows students to step into a real world 3D production environment where creative output must be accomplished within specific timeframes, resources and design constraints. This is a two-person team event and includes a preliminary written exam. Contestants must produce high quality images and an animated short subject using 3D computerized images. Students are evaluated on their technical knowledge, production skills and creative abilities – including visual development and storyboarding. They will also have the opportunity to interface with and get feedback from high-profile judges with successful careers in 3D visualization and animation.
Video- (Top 2 teams with 2 per team will be selected)
The project for the video competition will include a cinema production. It will be 4-5 minutes based on a given prompt. Contestants will have a day and a half to film and edit their video production.
Computer Programing – (Top 3 individuals will be selected)
State Conference for Competition
When: Wednesday, April 5 – Friday, April 7, 2017
2886 South Circle Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Pikes Peak Community College
Colorado Springs, CO, USA