6pm - 8:20pm
12th Fl, Rm 1210
elif at mrl dot nyu dot edu
Office Hours : By Appointment
- [7/18/06] Reminder - No class on 8/1. Our class on 7/25 will be the last.
- [7/18/06] Lecture 9 posted.
- [7/11/06] Assignment 4 is due on Monday 7/24 at 11:59p. There was a typo earlier.
- [7/11/06] Assignment 4 and Lecture 8 posted.
- [6/27/06] Assignment X and Lecture 7 posted.
- [6/20/06] Assignment 3 and Lecture 6 are posted.
- [6/13/06] Assignment 2 posted.
- [6/13/06] Lecture 5 posted.
- [6/6/06] Lecture 4 notes posted.
Lecture 3 notes posted. For some reason the equations/matrices that
didn't show up on the screen today are ok on the pdf file. Let me know
if you can't see them on your computer.
- [5/30/06] Assignment 1 posted on assignments page.
- [5/23/06] Lecture 2 notes and files posted.
- [5/16/06] Assignment 0 and first lecture notes posted.
- [5/15/06] Mailing list link posted below. Please sign up!
- [5/11/06] Please
read the departmental document on academic integrity from the following
link carefully as required by the CS department. It is very important
that you follow the rules regarding this matter.http://www.cs.nyu.edu/web/Academic/Graduate/academic_integrity.html
No prior knowledge
of computer graphics is required for this class. However, you will need
to have knowledge of
basic linear algebra. Solid programming skills in UNIX or
Windows environments in C/C++ is required.
the mathematical concepts behind computer graphics as well as the C/C++
implementations of these concepts by means of OpenGL. There will be
regular programming assignments.
two short written assignments may also be added in order to confirm
your understanding of the mathematics. There will not be a final exam
therefore these assignments will determine your grade.
Late submissions will not be accepted. If you need an extension you
need to contact me at least a week in advance.
sign up for the class mailing list at:
Posting questions here would increase your chances of getting an answer
fast and any class-related announcements from me (or the TA) will be
posted there. Feel free to contact me or the TA with further
Peter Shirley and M. Ashikmin, M. Gleicher, S.R.
Marschner, E. Reinhard, K. Sung, W.B. Thompson, P. Willemsen
Fundamentals of Computer Graphics (2nd Edition, 2005)
Dave Shreiner, Mason Woo,
Jackie Neider, Tom Davis,
The OpenGL Programming
Guide, Version 1.4, 4nd Edition
(Earlier editions are
also sufficient, newer versions are also available; OpenGL 1.1 version
of the book, a. k. a. "the red book", is available on line, see this
There's also the reference book, a. k. a. "the blue book", which you can find the earlier version of here
Elif Tosun 2006