CS 6554 Computer Graphics II: Spring 2017
Not Required References
"Real-Time Rendering", Third Edition, Akenine-Moller, Haines, Hoffman
"3D Computer Graphics", by Alan Watt
Prof. James K. Hahn
Office: 5830 SEH
E-mail: [email protected]
There will be approximately five programming assignments. The assignments will demonstrate concepts learned in class. The assignments will be handed-in by posting code to Blackboard and project video on Assignments Upload Page.
A mid-term and a final
Each student completes an individual final project. This project should not necessarily be the most challenging (i.e. the final project is weighted the same as the other four assignments). The topic of the final project is entirely up to the student. You should discuss the project with the instructor.
Based on the following weighting:
- Midterm exam20%
- Final exam30%
Grading is on a curve, modified to account for overall class quality.
MISSED EXAM: By prior arrangement only, or due to an immediate personal emergency.
It is reasonable for you to discuss approaches to problem solutions with each other. It is unreasonable to collaboratively work out a detailed solution, to copy a solution, or to give away a solution.
|3-D Viewing Transformation||5||Lab 1|
|Representation / Modeling||2|
|Visible-Surface Determination||6||Lab 2|
|Representation of Curves and Surfaces||3|
|Representation and Rendering||4|
|Illumination Models||7||Lab 3|
|Procedural Textures||8||Lab 4|
|Ray Tracing||11||Lab 5|
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