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
Computer Graphics Using Open GL, 3/e Francis S. Hill, Jr. and Stephen M. Kelley Prentice Hall (2007) ISBN 0-13-149670-0
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