DIVISION OF ENGINEERING AND APPLIED SCIENCES
CS 278: Rendering and Image Processing in Computer Graphics
|Steven J. Gortler
Advanced course in computer graphics focusing on image rendering and processing. Topics include: light transport, efficient rendering, image based rendering, texture processing, interactive image processing.
- Attendance and participation in class discussion.
- Homeworks: There will be a couple programming assignments to help reinforce ideas.
- Each student will be expected to present a paper in class.
Presentations will typically take from 25 to 40 minutes,
including class discussion. Each presenter must meet with the teaching staff a couple
for a dry run.