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// After page loading, if the swap images are preloaded, mouse-over on a cell // will immediately show the swap image, instead of momentarily handing for the swap image to be loaded. // To test if preloading is working, delete the temporary cach file of the browser, // quit the browser, re-open the browser, go to project page and move the mouse over a large cell (2x2) // to see if there is any delay in loading the swap image. // Colored rectangle background for each main menu // Their positions, colors are defined in the style sheet.

Undergraduate architecture majors can choose a concentration in the area of Computation. This concentration exposes students to the many facets of the rapidly changing and increasingly important area of computational design. It aims to provide, simultaneously, a rigorous theoretical foundation and strong professional design skills with computational expertise. The objective is to prepare students to pursue diverse career paths or further education in multiple areas of design, and to enable students to take advantage of emerging opportunities in industry and academia. Required subjects encompass three central aspects of design: visualization (2D and 3D modeling, lighting, color, simulation, animation), construction (physical, full-scale fabrication), and synthesis (generative and parametric techniques for designing), as well as fundamentals of computer programming for design.


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