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Computer Graphics, Fall 2009
Computer Graphics (ECS175) teaches the basic principles of 3-dimensional computer graphics. The focus will be the elementary mathematics techniques for positioning objects in three dimensional space, the geometric optics necessary to determine how light bounces off surfaces, and the ways to utilize a computer system and methods to implement the algorithms and techniques necessary to produce basic 3-dimensional illustrations. Detailed topics will include the following: transformational geometry, positioning of virtual cameras and light sources, hierarchical modeling of complex objects,...
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4.0 stars from 25 ratings
Extremely well done
Love the way he explains the concepts. Makes it seem so easy
v rock via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/12
小火腿肠儿 via Apple Podcasts · China · 12/26/11
Great series
Concise overview of computer graphic topics. Helped alot
Ghoest via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/28/11
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