Imagine that you have a rgb monitor where the wires

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Unformatted text preview: u have a RGB monitor where the wires have been swapped so that the red, green, and blue outputs from the computer have been respectively attached to the green, blue, and red inputs on the monitor. When one attempts to display the following colors, what colors will actually appear on the screen? 8 points ! Red! ! _______________________ ! Green!! _______________________ ! Blue! ! _______________________ ! Cyan! ! _______________________ ! Magenta! _______________________ ! Yellow ! _______________________ ! Black! ! _______________________ ! White! ! _______________________ 4. If a surface is defined implicitly by the function f (x) = 0 , write out the equation you would use to compute the surface’s normal at some point. (Assume that negative values are inside the surface.) 4 points 5. If a surface is defined explicitly by the function x = f (u, v) , write out the equation you would use to compute the surface’s normal at some point. 4 points Final Exam CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics Spring 2008 Prof. James O’Brien page 5 of 12 6. Here is a piece of mesh. Draw the result of applying one iteration of Catmull-Clark subdivision. Then circle all vertices (both original and the new ones you added) that are extraordinary. Note: I am only interested in the topology of your answer. 7 points 7. Name a phenomenon that c...
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