Students from Taiwan joining MCAP

Several graduate students of the National Taiwan University of Arts are joining MCAP. They will participate in the final production models and animation. Welcome to MCAP!

Miho Aoki, University of Alaska Fairbanks professor meeting with Professor Wei Chung Chang of the National Taiwan University of Arts and 2 of his graduate students.
Professor Wei Chung Chang of the National Taiwan University of Arts and his graduate students, Joy Tsai and
Robin Tun-Yi Chen met with Professor Miho Aoki of the University of Alaska Fairbanks on their Taipei Campus.

Yale University’s Center for Collaborative Arts & Media

The Center for Collaborative Arts & Media at Yale University (New Haven, CT, USA) is wrapping up a major renovation and rebranding project. Students from Yale, under the guidance of Professor Johannes DeYoung, have made a major impact on the progress of MCAP Project No. 1. The animatic they put together shows just how much undergraduate students are truly capable of.

Follow the link below to find out more about their Center.

Yale Center for Collaborative Arts & Media

Hail & Well Met!

Welcome to the Massive Collaborative Animation Projects (aka MCAP) website!

MCAP is an on-going initiative to bring undergraduate students worldwide together to create short computer animations. By offering a framework for the creation of computer animations, students can utilize their talents far beyond their respective curricula. They can be part of something massive!