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Unformatted text preview: CS 551/851 Advanced Computer Graphics David Brogan General Goals Learn more about graphics and animation Read and present SIGGRAPH papers Be aware of state of the art research Cover much of Parents animation text Understand fundamental techniques Learn by doing programming assignments Prerequisites Introduction to computer graphics Knowledge of textbook fundamentals OpenGL programming Use the computer as a tool to quickly build graphical applications Curiosity Class participation is required and the assignments will be dynamic This course does not teach how to use canned software We wont learn Maya or Photoshop require artistic skills focus on film making or animated cartoons Though we occasionally turn to these fields for insight and motivation Lets think about what weve learned already Virtual cameras Transformations Perspective Photorealism Decent lighting models Polygonal rendering Geometry algorithms Line/Plane equations Intersection computations Youre pretty smart already Among the studies of natural causes and laws, it is light that most delights its students. Among all the great branches of mathematics, the certainty of its demonstrations pre-eminently elevates the minds of its investigators. Perspective, therefore, should be preferred above all mans discourses and disciplines. In this subject the visual rays are elucidated by means and demonstrations which derive their glory nor only from mathematics but also from physics; the one is adorned equally with the flowers of the other....
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