Introduction to 3D Visualization with Blender for Scientists

Course Overview

We will introduce you to the world of 3D graphics using Blender, the powerful open-source software. This hands-on course is structured into three 90-minute sessions:

1. Dive into Blender's interface and learn the essentials of 3D modelling
2. Get comfortable navigating the interface and expand your modelling skills
3. Give your models a realistic finish with textures, lighting, and rendering

Target group 

All scientists interested in learning to visualize their research results.

Course information

Dates: 22 February 2024 (11.00-12.30) + 7 March (11.00-12.30)  + 4 April (14.00-16.00)
Second course dates: 12 April  (10.30-12.30) + 18 April (16.00-18.00) + 3 May (14.00-16.00)
Venue: Immersive lab (B.2.C07)
Lecturer/instructor: Maria Fomenko and Aleksandra Stakhnova
Number of participants: max. 15


Download and install the software Blender prior to the course. Please bring your laptop, best with a computer mouse. 




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