Videofish: TV Worth Catching

Robin R. Murphy, Hasan Elahi, and William Kearns

The Videofish project at USF is a two-semester course which brings together students in the arts and engineering to build an underwater unmanned vehicle capable of displaying videos. As a result of accommodating the needs of the diverse populations, three novel forms of delivery have been developed: skill workshops, which serve to equalize the hands-on abilities of different students, multi-media presentations, which incorporate the excitement of advanced visual presentation techniques with engineering details, and studio critiques, where the presentation and style of evaluation of art, architecture, and industrial design projects are applied to engineering proposals.


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