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1 Advanced Topics Lecture 23 CPSC 578/478 Spring 2005 Today: Full proposals due – classes server, 11:59 pm Wednesday: Oral presentations 4 mins/student Upload any slides images by 11:00 am Wed Today: Q2 (and other unclaimed assignments) returned Q2 median = 80 Course so far median = 55 (out of 70) Advanced topics: Highlights of research presented at SIGGRAPH 2004 Interactive Modeling: Modeling by Example Identifying and Sketching the Future: Motion Doodles Dynamics and Modeling BD Tree Smoke, Water and Goop Fluid Control Using the Adjoint Method Advanced topics: Highlights of research presented at SIGGRAPH 2004 Data-Driven Character Animation Speaking with Hands Obscuring Length Changes Geoemetry Clipmaps Modeling by Example Some background: Teddy http://www-ui.is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~takeo/index.html http://www-ui.is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~takeo/teddy/teddy.htm Model Search Engine http://shape.cs.princeton.edu/search.html Princeton University
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Unformatted text preview: How do you specify the motion of an animated character? University of British Columbia BD-Tree: How do you compute collisions between large numbers of objects that can deform? Carnegie Mellon Universtiy Fluid Control Using the Adjoint Method Finding a balance between physical fluid simulation and keyframe control University of Washington Speaking with Hands: Creating Animated Conversational Characters from Recordings of Human Performance Data driven: getting the most out of captured motions and sounds Character giving advice as you need it in video game Rutgers/NYU Obscuring Length Motions During Animated Motion Psychophysical experiments: How much change is not noticeable? University of British Columbia Geometry Clipmaps Multiresolution data structures to render complex triangle meshes in real time – make use of efficient mapping to graphics hardware Microsoft Research...
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