This thesis itself is designed to be a 'DVD movie' style game, and the movie genre is documentary. The subject matter is my graduate classmates in the Computer Graphics Design department. The target audience of this thesis, based on the movie content and the level of navigation, is high school and over and the computer experience level is intermediate. This thesis offers a concept of how to instruct the movie audience to know better about a new way of seeing movies. Furthermore, by using this program, the audience will find extra fun from this new entertainment. The reason I chose to shoot my classmates is not only to have a record of this time in grad school but also because more and more documentaries are done with digital video by professional filmmakers these days movie. The end purpose of this program is for use in an e-cinema of the future. Inside the e-cinema, you can see a lot of laptops in front of every seat and possibly more than one movie screen. This would depend on the program design and the content of the movie. This program can also be used at private homes delivered by Internet service or audiences may be able to rent it at an e-blockbuster" in the future.

Library of Congress Subject Headings

Digital video; Cinematography; Documentary films--Production and direction

Publication Date


Document Type


Department, Program, or Center

School of Design (CIAS)


Jackson, Chris

Advisor/Committee Member

Keough, Robert


Note: imported from RIT’s Digital Media Library running on DSpace to RIT Scholar Works. Physical copy available through RIT's The Wallace Library at: TR860 .Y364 2002


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