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Glen Hintz

Associate Professor

School of Art
College of Art and Design

585-475-2126
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Glen Hintz

Associate Professor

School of Art
College of Art and Design

Education

BA, Lafayette College; MS, The Medical College of Georgia

585-475-2126

Areas of Expertise

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Formal Presentation
Hintz, Glen and Arthur Papier. “Optimizing Search Within aClinical Diagnostic Decision Support System.”Revolutionary Ideas in BioCommunication. Boston, MA. 4 June 2010. Presentation.
Hintz, Glen and ArtPapier. “Optimizing Search within a Clinical Diagnostic Decision Support System.” 65th Annual Association of Medical Illustrators Conference. Portland, OR. 29 July 2010. Presentation.
Installation/Exhibit/Performance
Hintz, Glen. “Pressure Ulcer Staging June 2010.” Association of Medical Illustrators Salon, Portland State University. Portland OR.July 2010. Exhibition. É 

Currently Teaching

ILLM-603
3 Credits
This course introduces strategies to create polygonal models of biomedical subjects. Students will use contemporary research to accurately define structure and suggest function. Instruction will also focus on lighting and "shader" systems that emphasize form and are consistent with tissue characteristics.
ILLM-602
3 Credits
Through independent research and acquired understanding of human gross anatomy, students create illustrations designed to support medical or graduate level instruction of Human Gross Anatomy. Course requires students to cognitively illustrate their subjects, rather than creating literal interpretations of their observations. Work is intended for full color print media.
ILLM-606
3 Credits
This course explores animating biomedical subjects and processes. Students will be asked to research contemporary theory defining their subjects' anatomy and create animations consistent with their findings. Frame by frame animation, blend shapes, non-linear deformers, and rigging systems will be introduced to permit students to choose the most effective method for creating motion and transformation.
ILLM-498
1 - 6 Credits
The medical illustration internship will provide students with the option to work with practicing professionals in a business or educational environment. Students may apply for internships to businesses and educational institutions based on the availability of positions and company needs. Students must obtain permission of an instructor and complete the Internship Permission Form to enroll.
ILLM-503
3 Credits
This course introduces strategies used to create NURBS and polygonal models of organic subjects in a three-dimensional environment. Assignments stress accurate portrayal of proportions, form, and texture. Instruction will also focus on creating lighting and shader networks that emphasize form and are consistent with surface characteristics.
ILLM-599
1 - 6 Credits
Medical Illustration Independent Study will provide students with the ability to study in a specialized area with an individual faculty member. Students, with the assistance of a faculty adviser will propose a course of study. Medical Illustration Independent Study students must obtain permission of an instructor and complete the Independent Study Permission Form to enroll.
ILLM-506
3 Credits
This course explores animating biomedical subjects and processes in their native environment to create illustrations. Students will be asked to research and create illustrations that animate their findings. Frame by frame animation, blend shapes, non-linear deformers and “rigging” systems will be introduced to permit students to choose the most effective method for creating motion and transformation.
ILLS-498
1 - 6 Credits
The illustration internship will provide students with the option to work in the illustration or visual communication field. Students may apply for internships to businesses based on the availability of positions and business job needs. Students must obtain permission of an instructor and complete the Internship Permission Form to enroll.
ILLM-502
3 Credits
Drawings of lab dissections and the skeleton will be translated into illustrations designed to support instruction in Human Gross Anatomy. Course teaches what choices need to be made when translating literal drawings into illustrations that support instruction. The target learner for these illustrations is a student attending Human Gross Anatomy at a graduate level.

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