Principles, Algorithms, Techniques of Computer Graphics. Topics include, introduction to graphics hardware, output primitives, 2- and 3-dimensional geometric transformations, object representation and viewing, illumination models, surface-rendering methods. Graphics software tools that will be introduced: OpenGL, GLUT, Postscript.
Prerequisites CP264, MA122 (or permission of the Department)
Instructor Dr. Ilias S. Kotsireas, Office 2076A, Office Hours: 24/7 and by appointment, Phone 884-0710 ext. 2218 E-Mail email@example.com
Francis S. Hill, Jr. Computer Graphics Using OpenGL 2nd ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ Prentice Hall, 2001
Textbook Support Web Site: http://www.prenhall.com/hill/ Course Website: http://sauron.wlu.ca/kotsireas/teaching.html
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| Mon | Wed | Fri | | 8:30-9:20 | 8:30-9:20 | 8:30-9:20 | | BA 211 | BA 211 | BA 211 | ______________|____________|____________|____________|_____ | | | | | | | | Week 1: | Sep 12 | Sep 14 | Sep 16 | make-up lectures Week 2: | Sep 19 | Sep 21 | Sep 23 | Week 3: | Sep 26 | Sep 28 | Sep 30 | Week 4: | Oct 3 | Oct 5 | Oct 7 | Week 5: | Oct 10* | Oct 12 | Oct 14 | Week 6: | Oct 17** | Oct 19 | Oct 21 | ---------------------------------------------------------- Week 7: | Oct 24 | Oct 26 | Oct 28 | Week 8: | Oct 31 | Nov 2 | Nov 4 | Week 9: | Nov 7 | Nov 9 | Nov 11 | Week 10: | Nov 14 | Nov 16 | Nov 18 | Week 11: | Nov 21 | Nov 23 | Nov 25 | Week 12: | Nov 28 | Nov 30 | Dec 2 | | Dec 5*** | | | ______________|__ _________|____________|____________|____ | | | | * Thanksgiving, no classes ** Midterm Examination *** Make-up class for October 10, Thanksgiving
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