|Grade, Semester||Year 3 II/IV [Department of Information Science Correspondence Course, Faculty of Science and Engineering]|
|Elective, Credits||Elective 2credit|
This course deals with the basic theory of the computer graphics (CG). This course covers 3DCG modeling and rendering techniques, generation and processing of digital images and the computer systems for 3DCG production.
This course is related to diploma policy 2.
By the end of the course, students should be able to do the following:
- explain basic technologies in the CG.
- explain various modeling technologies.
- explain various rendering technologies.
- acquire the configuration of the computer animation.
- acquire the knowledge of the generation and processing of digital images.
- acquire the knowledge of the computer systems for 3DCG production.
Grading will be decided based on repots (10%) and term-end examination (90%).
Feedbacks on reports and examinations will be given on LMS.
|Textbook||"Visual Information Processing", CG-Arts Association|
The Learning materials are published on the LMS.
The students are expected to review contents and short tests before starting new topics. It takes
approximately one hour to finish this work.
|1||Visual information processing and digital camera model|
|2||Coordinate systems and modeling|
|3||Optical models in visual information processing|
|6||Modeling (1) polyhedron, parametric surfaces|
|7||Modeling (2) polygon surfaces|
|8||Rendering (1) rendering processes, shading|
|9||Rendering (2) global illumination, non-photorealistic rendering|
|10||Animation (1) configuration of animation, key frame animation|
|11||Animation (2) character animation|
|13||Feature extraction, pattern recognition|
|15||Visual information system|