ECS610U/ECS762P Computer Graphics

 

This course aims to cover the fundamental concepts of mainly 3D computer graphics. By the end of this course students will have constructed from scratch a program that encapsulates many of the major ideas of computer graphics: describing a scene, specifying views of the scene, rendering, and modelling.

The coursework will involve using Java.

This website contains latest course information. You can reach this from home using http://www.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/~phao/cg/, although this URL might change to the intranet in the future.


·         Lectures (by Pengwei Hao, p.hao@qmul.ac.uk, Mondays, 2-4pm, Bancroft Building 1.15, Weekly schedule, Lecture notes on EECS, QM+ ).

·         Lab exercises (Mondays, 4-6pm, ITL Middle Floor). No lab sessions in the First week.

·         Coursework (with live demo). The deadline for coursework submission is the end of Week 10, 11:59pm, Friday 2 December 2016. Please see here for how to submit your coursework. As default submissions are open for one week after the deadline for late submissions, but penalty of 5% per day is applied in the school cw system after the deadline time above and the Max penalty is 25%. All DL deadlines will be set one week after campus deadlines. The courseworks will be assessed during the last 2 lab sessions. The timeslots are available here. (MARKS will be found on your landing page).

·         Revision Topics and some Revision Exercises. Past exam papers are available on the QM+ EECS Archived or the QMUL library.


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