Final Exam 1 08

The of an orthonormal matrix is equal to its inverse

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Unformatted text preview: __ of an orthonormal matrix is equal to its inverse. The __________________ parameterization of 3D rotations is plagued by the fearful phenomena known as gimbal lock. Final Exam CS 184: Foundations of Computer Graphics Fall 2008 Prof. James O’Brien page 4 of 15 __________________ encode 3D rotations as point in 4D space. Waiting until the last day to start working on your raytracer assignment is a ____________ idea. ____________ law can be used to compute the angle that transmitted ray will make with the normal of a transparent material’s surface. The “P” in BSP-Tree stands for __________________. __________________ is a special case of perspective projection where the viewer is infi- nitely far away. In the context of a scan-line renderer, Z-buffers are used for ________________________ . A bump map is used to change the __________________ vectors when shading an object. The normal vector at a point on a parametric surface is given by the of two vectors tangent to the surface at that point. __________________ When two curve segments join at a point and both curves approach that point with the same tangent vector, the joining is said to be ______ continuous. When two curve segments join at a point and both curves approach that point with the same derivative, the joining is said to be ______ continuous. NURBS are b-splines that use __________________ for control points. In Catmull-Clark subdivision, the number of quads grows by a factor of subdivision. ______ for each level of ____________ are the dimensionless units used to measure solid angles. When the view p...
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