"What is essential is invisible to the eye"  Antoine de SaintExupery
COMP6461 / COMP4610 ... part of the Graduate Diploma (Course Code 6701)  Lecturer : Pascal Vuylsteker
Weekly each Wednesday commencing 24/7/02 and concluding 23/10/02 in N101 at lunch time (from 12 to 2)
For your information only, you may want to have a look at last year (2001) program (most of the stuff should remain the same, but there should be some modifications too)
Lecture  When  First Subject  Second Subject  Practice : Readings / Exercise  

1  24/07  Lecture presentation  Uses of computer graphics  Readings :


2  31/07 

Readings : Lab : exercise 2 and solution 

3  7/08  Transformation 3D 
Readings : Chapter 5 : Two Dimensional Geometric Transformations of the book "Computer Graphics" (Hearn & Baker) : p 183 to 213 and Appendix A1 to A4 : Mathematics for Computer Graphics : p 600 to 614 Lab : exercise 3 and just
some Tips 

4  14/08 
Readings : Chapter 11 : "ThreeDimensional Geometric and Modeling
Transformations" of the book "Computer Graphics" (Hearn
& Baker) : p 407 to 430 Lab : exercise 4 and solution 

5  21/08 
Tiwi, The Wedge, What is it, what is it for, and how to use it ? (powerpoint document !) 

Readings : Chapter 2: "Overview of Graphics Systems" of
the book "Computer Graphics" (Hearn & Baker) : p 35 to 81 Lab : exercise 5 and solution 
print1 
6  28/08  Readings : CG leaflet : "HMDs, Caves & Chamelon : A Human Centric Analysis of Interaction in Virtual Space" Lab : exercise 6 and solution 

7  4/09  Readings : Chpt 11 of Hearn and Baker "Computer Graphics" (p407 to p430) The Mathematics of the 3D Rotation Matrix by Diana Gruber : http://www.makegames.com/3drotation/ Lab : exercise 7 and solution NB ! : The first Assignment is due the 10/09 ! 

8  11/09 

Case study, 3D ball Animation model 
Readings : Lab : exercise 8 and solution 

9  18/09  Readings : Chpt 148 and 149 of Hearn and Baker "Computer Graphics"
(p552 to 563) Lab : exercise 9 and solution 

10  9/10  Physically Based Illumination, Ray Tracing and Radiosity  Readings : Lab : exercise 10 and solution 

11  16/10  Surface Modeling  Assignment due : 18th of October  
12  23/10  Last year Exam Student Projects ANUSET Form 
Readings : CG leaflet : "The Graphics pipeline : Geometric operations"CG leaflet : "ExtremeTech 3D Pipeline Tutorial"


13  3031/10  Assignment 2 presentation  10+5 min / group  
14  11/11/02  Theoretical Exam : 9h15 to 12h30 
9h15  9h30 : Reading 
Venue : MH = Melville Hall, the 400 seat hall, Bld 12 on the usual ANU Map 
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