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  1. Final Project Proposal:“Neil Armstrong’s Lunar Landing” LCC 2730 13 November 2012 Robert Allen, Rebecca Hamm, Alissa Hartenbaum, Dolan Smart

  2. Overall Idea Historical Event Script

  3. Historical Event Our animation will be based off of one of Neil Armstrong’s many near-crash landings on the moon. Just before landing the Apollo 11 on July 20, 1969 and with less than 30 seconds of fuel remaining, Armstrong was forced to override the craft’s auto-pilot in order to avoid boulders surrounding a crater on the moon and land safely.

  4. Script • View of spacecraft landing manual opening with a voice in the distance saying “good luck” • Perspective inside of pod as it flies through space, with voices warning that you’re headed for a crater • User uses console buttons for manual override • Pod flies and lands on the moon

  5. Features & Cinematics Interaction Sound Lighting Alternating Camera Angles

  6. Interaction • Button press memory game • Use of joystick for maximum user immersion & interaction when user takes control over and lands craft

  7. Sound • Voices of ground crew • Alarms • Thump of finally landing on moon • Swooshing noise of pod in flight as background noise, with the possibility of space-themed music to go along with it

  8. Lighting • Buttons flashing when overriding auto-pilot • These flashing lights will add to the pressure and drama of the scenario as the user must take control of the pod

  9. Alternating Camera Angles • 1st person views manual instructions • 1st person inside capsule • Split screen: capsule POV & top-down during landing • 3rd person view after landing success (backing away, showing scope of the moon)

  10. Project Plan Milestones Project Roles

  11. Milestones 11/11 • Research landing • Search for Unity-compatible joystick 11/12 • Proposal Powerpoint completed & sent to group • Set up Unity • Begin modeling console & moon • Joystick ordered 11/13 • Proposal Powerpoint Presentation due 11/15 • Full console & moon models • Basics of interaction complete 11/18 • Finish basics, ability to control & land pod 11/20 • First prototype due 11/27 • Intro clip completed • Lights, sounds, textures completed 12/6 • Final Project Due

  12. Project Roles • Producer: Alissa • Proposal: Rebecca • Models: Alissa • Textures: Alissa • Lighting: Dolan • Sound: Dolan • Unity: Robert& Dolan • Writer/Editor: Rebecca • Website: Rebecca • Optional Poster: Rebecca