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COMP 480: Computer Graphics

Credit hours
3
Prerequisites
The requirements for the course are some familiarity with C or C++, basic linear algebra (matrices and vector geometry), and differential calculus.
Description
Computer graphics is the art and science of producing images using a computer. We will study the theory of computer graphics, in particular 3D rendering, while gaining a working knowledge of the OpenGL graphics library. Much of the computer graphics we see in the media was created using software based on the Open GL graphics library, which has quickly become an industry standard.

A word of warning-computer graphics makes considerable use of mathematics-elementary linear algebra, vector analysis and differential calculus.

Other Information
There will be 7-8 programming assignments, a midterm, and a final. You will probably do your assignments using Visual C++ under either Windows 95 or Windows NT.
Syllabus
Taught by Dr. McDonald Fall 2004.
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