Lab Course: Computer Graphics

Course

  • Lecturer(s):
  • Start: Wed. 06.04.2011, 16:30, A6b (Kick-off meeting)
  • Dates: by arrangement
  • Course number: MA-INF 2308 - Track Computer Graphics
  • Curriculum: Master , Diploma (Graduate)
  • Requirements: Knowledge from "Foundations of Graphics" and/or other computer graphics lectures strongly recommended
  • Diploma Area: B

Description

In this lab course, your goal is to implement state-of-the-art techniques from the area of computer graphics, with support from the research staff of Prof. Klein. Here, you can implement the techniques studied in a previous computer graphics seminar, if applicable, or you can choose among other topics, depending on your interests and prior knowledge. Thus it is possible to attain the lab course also without having attended a seminar. Topics can be chosen from all areas of computer graphics, including modelling, visualization, and rendering, and are usually linked with the research activities of the department.

For further information please contact Alexander Berner.

The kick-off meeting took place at 4:30pm on Wed. 06. Apr. 2011 in room A6b in the Römerstraße.

Topics:

  • Terrain Sketching
    (Tutor: Björn Ganster, ganster@cs...)
  • Spectral Shape Matching
    (Tutor: Max Hermann, hermann@cs...)
  • Visualization of Shape Variability 
    (Tutor: Max Hermann, hermann@cs...)
  • Applications of Texture Synthesis and Image Analogies
    (Tutor: Alexander Berner, berner@cs...)
  • Example Based Model Synthesis  
    (Tutor: Stefan Hartmann, hartmans@cs...)
  • Procedural Generation of Roads   
    (Tutor: Stefan Hartmann, hartmans@cs...)  
  • Feature based terrain generation   
    (Tutor: Stefan Hartmann, hartmans@cs...)
  • BTF-Editing, comparison of an analytical and an appearance-driven approach    
    (Tutor: Marlon Mylo, mylo@cs...)

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