CS200_A5 Specs - CS200: A5 Assignment 5 Worth: Due Date:...

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CS200: A5 1 Assignment 5 Worth: 5 points Due Date: 11/13/2006 Due Time: 12 noon Hardcopy: Place your hardcopy version in the CS200 submission box located in the front office. Don’t forget to sign the declaration on page 3 of this document. Softcopy: Copy the zipped softcopy version to your CS200 network submit folder. Topics Scan-conversion techniques for triangles Triangulation techniques for convex and concave polygons Do the following: Implement a project “A5.sln” using the CS200 Framework from A1-A4 or your own framework that demonstrates scan-conversion of triangles and triangulation of convex and concave polygons. Your project need not contain menus. Upon execution, it should initialize a window that can be used to define arbitrary polygons using the mouse and keyboard. Counter-clockwise ordered arbitrary polygon vertices are defined using the mouse with a right-click signaling end of vertex input. In your implementation, make the following assumptions: Polygon vertices are always counter-clockwise ordered.
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This lab report was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course CS 200 taught by Professor Ghali during the Fall '06 term at DigiPen Institute of Technology.

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CS200_A5 Specs - CS200: A5 Assignment 5 Worth: Due Date:...

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