In this module, students learn about basic principles of
software and how different digital systems can be designed to
create alternative forms of interactions between humans and
machine. Students will learn principles of object-oriented
programming and how algorithms can be developed in order to design
new forms of human-computer interaction.
In connection with the module, courses may be offered within the following areas:
During this module students should acquire:
Basic knowledge about
Method of working: Individual or small groups
|Name of exam||Physical Computing III|
|Type of exam|
Oral exam based on a projectCombined written and oral examination
The examination is a 7-day assignment on a set subject.
Hand in: Individually or in groups.
Form of examination: b)
The examination will take the form of a conversation between the student, the examiner and an internal censor on the basis of the artefact and report prepared by the student(s).
Number of pages: the written part must not exceed 5 pages.
Duration of examination: 10 minutes per student including communication of grades per group, however, the duration of the examination is maximum 2 hours.
The assessment is made of the individual student based on the learning objective. The assessment must also be based on an overall evaluation of the project report, the presentation, the joint discussion and the individually oriented questions. In order for the examinee to pass the exam, all these aspects must be satisfactory. The project report is thus part of the overall basis for the assessment, and is not given an independent grade
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||The criteria of assessment are stated in the Examination Policies|
|Danish title||Physical Computing III|
|Language of instruction||English|
|Location of the lecture||Campus Aalborg|
|Responsible for the module|
|Study Board||Study Board of Art & Technology|
|Department||Department of Communication and Psychology|
|Faculty||The Faculty of Humanities|