Princeton University
Computer Science Department

Computer Science 597A
Non-photorealistic Rendering

Fall 2006

Course Summary

Illustrators evoke complexity with relatively few carefully crafted strokes. Such imagery can focus the viewer's attention on important features while downplaying extraneous details. It can imbue a scene with a specific mood or convey a quality of unfinishedness. A recent branch of computer graphics research called non-photorealistic rendering brings principles of illustration to bear in computer graphics. Our seminar will explore and advance cutting-edge methods in this emerging field.

Administrative Information

Lectures: MW 1:30-2:50, Room: TBD

Professor: Adam Finkelstein - 424 CS Building - 258-5756

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