Demonstration of Audio Research D-90 Vacuum Tube Power Amplifier - Jimmyvp1.
Audio Research D-76.
Both preamplifier ARC SP-4 and D-100 are in MINT condition! Play music amazing and look like NEW! Playing with Tannoy ...
iCPSC310A Video Game Development
Instructor: Dr. Durell Bouchard Office Hours: MTWTh: 2:40-3:40, F: 1:40-2:40, also by appointment or open door Office: Trexler 365-C E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 375-4901
This course focuses on the techniques and technologies of creating real-time interactive 3D video games. Students will use OpenGL to create game engine and a game that uses the engine. Topics include 3D Transformations, Materials, Animation, Collision Detection, and Character Animation. Intended Learning Outcomes: At the end of the course the successful student will be able to 1. write programs with 3D graphics using OpenGL. 2. implement a real-time interactive 3D video game engine. 3. evaluate the performance benefits of various computational geometry algorithms and data structures. 4. read and present real-time rendering and animation research.
Prerequisite: CPSC170 (MATH 201 is recommended) Text: OpenGL Programming Guide: The Official Guide to Learning ...
Course Outline CHMN600
PREACHING FROM THE NEW TESTAMENT
Spring 2003 Location: S215 Instructor: Kenneth B. Stout, D.Min., Ph.D. I. DESCRIPTION: An advanced course in preaching which focuses on how to work with the various types of New Testament literature--with special emphasis on the use of gospel narrative, parable, and epistle--in preparing effective sermons.
II. OBJECTIVES: 1. To help students become more familiar with the literary genres and forms of the New Testament and how they can be employed in developing powerful sermons. 2. To sharpen the exegetical skills of students. 3. To provide students with additional practice and feedback in the designing, presentation, and evaluation of sermons. 4. To further highlight the possibilities of narrative preaching
III. COMPONENTS: 1. Daily Assigned Readings: Students will be asked to fulfill nightly reading assignments and be ready to orally discuss the material covered. Normally, the first 10-15 minutes of each class will be devoted to a discussion of the ...