The purpose of this thesis is to explore the possibilities of computer graphics applied to information delivery systems. Devising a car information system, I will produce an interactive application that will provide facts about new automobiles. The project will combine computer generated images, acquired images, sound, video, etc.- all controlled by the user. The main goal is to develop a proper user interface which allows any person to utilize the application and walk away with adequate knowledge about the automobile. In this thesis project, I attempted to model a computer kiosk which introduces Acura automobiles. It is a promotional tool. The process combined an interactive design technique with the use of Macintosh application software. The user interface design is accomplished by taking advantage of the multimedia capabilities of the computer (i.e. graphics applications, sound and video applications, data storage, playback systems, etc.).

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Acura NSX automobile; Interactive computer systems; Automobile industry and trade--Public relations

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School of Design (CIAS)


Goodman, Gordon

Advisor/Committee Member

Ciolek, Nancy


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