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Computer Science 324e - Elements of Graphics and
The University of Texas at Austin · Spring 2012
Basics of 2 and 3 dimensional computer graphics systems, modeling and rendering, and selected
graphics software APIs. Other topics may include interactive graphics, animation, graphical user interfaces,
image processing, and the graphical presentation of information.
CS307, CS313e, CS314, CS314H, EE422c, OR EE322c with a grade of at least C-.
52880, MWF 11 am - 12 noon,
Mike Scott, <
Office Hours: MW 3 - 4
(5th floor lab), Fridays noon - 5 pm (PAI 5.68 and Microlab.
Priority given to students in CS378)
and by appointment. Email me for an appointment.
Yuanzhong Xu, email:
, Office Hours: Monday 9 am - Noon,
Tuesday, 9 am - 1 pm
Filthy Rich Clients - Developing Animated and Graphical Effects for Desktop Java
by Chet Hause and Romain Guy, ISBN 978-0-13-241393-0
. Course materials and announcements are available there.
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