Lab Course: Computer Graphics


  • Lecturer(s):
  • Start: 04.07.2014
  • Dates: by arrangement
  • Course number: MA-INF 2308 - Track Computer Graphics
  • Curriculum: Master , Diploma (Graduate), B-IT Master Media Informatics
  • Requirements: Knowledge from "Foundations of Graphics" and/or other computer graphics lectures strongly recommended
  • Diploma Area: B
  • Exams: 16 and 17th of July 2014


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 Stefan Hartmann.


Available Topics

For more information about these topics, please take a look at the PDF files.

Currently Available Topics:

  • Emulating the Appearance of Wood
  • Structured Light for Transient Imaging
  • Procedural Modeling of Leather Texture with Structural Elements
  • PolyCut: Monotone Graph-Cuts for PolyCube Base-Complex Construction
  • Extending the Demons Algorithm
  • Is there a Procedural Logic to Architecture?
  • Inverse Procedural Modelling by Automatic Generation of L-Systems
  • Automatic Analysis of Indoor 3D Point Cloud Scans
  • Point Cloud Compression
  • Point Cloud Segmentation
  • Analyzing Growing Plants from 4D Point Cloud Data
  • Interactive Authoring of Simulation-Ready Plants
  • Curve Skeleton Extraction from Incomplete Point Cloud
  • Automatic Reconstruction of Tree Skeletal Structures from Point Clouds


For more topics or if you want to propose another topic please just visit our lab!

If you have interest in taking a topic write an email to Stefan Hartmann