CSCI 4972/6963 - Spring 2008
Advanced Computer Graphics
Here's your opportunity to explore an additional topic not covered in the previous assignments. It can be an extension of one of the homework assignments, a portion of your graduate research, a significant module of a final project for another course, or a brand-new project. Hopefully you can connect what you've learned in this course to your research area or other interests. The scope of your assignment should be carefully defined so that it can be successfully completed in about a month.
Teams of two are strongly encouraged, but you may do an individual project with persmission from the instructor. The project must include a significant programming component related to computer graphics. You will share your results through an in-class presentation to your peers and a publication-quality writeup.
ProposalAs you choose your topic and begin to flesh out the details, keep in mind that implementing new data structures or algorithms can take much longer than anticipated. Also be warned that designing and implementing even relatively simple user interfaces require alot of effort (and is not particularly relevant to this course).
Your proposal should be formatted using html or pdf. The document should include:
Final ReportYour final report should be formatted using html or pdf and follow a standard technical writing format (e.g., motivation, related work, algorithm/technique, results, conclusions, and bibliography). All students are encouraged to format their final report for submission to a relevant academic graphics or graphics-related conference (SIGGRAPH, Eurographics, etc.). Your report should describe the technical details of your project; in particular, we want to know about:
Make sure to acknowledge (in proper bibliographic format) all references you consulted to complete the assignment and the extent of any collaboration with other students or outside sources. As with the other assignments, submit your source code, any necessary data files, and sample images or video showing the results.
The final project reports are due Thursday April 24th. You may not use any late days for the report. We will not accept any late material unless accompanied by a note from the Dean of Students office.
Please include a representative 200x200 image with your submission for the project index page (see last year's projects). All projects reports will be posted online by default. If you do not want your project report posted online please send the instructor an email.
Final Project PresentationOn the last few days of class each individual/team will have 15-20 minutes to present their final project to the class. Attendance and participation (asking good questions) at your classmate's presentations is mandatory.