COS 426:
Computer Graphics
Spring 2014

General | Syllabus | Assignments | Final Project

General Information

Description: This course will study topics in computer graphics, covering methods in image processing, modeling, rendering, and animation.
Prerequisites: The course is appropriate for students who have taken COS217 and COS226 (or the equivalent). C++ will be used as the programming language.
Coursework: The grade will be based on four programming assignments (50%), two exams (25%), a final project (25%).
Textbook: Computer Graphics with OpenGL, 4th Ed., Hearn, Baker, and Carithers. Prentice Hall, 2010. ISBN: 978-0136053583.
Instructors: Professor Thomas Funkhouser with TAs: Sid Chaudhuri and Ohad Fried.
Time/place: Lecture: Tue & Thu 1:30-2:50, CS 105
Precepts: Wed 3:30-4:30 (Friend 108) or Wed 7:30-8:30 (CS 102).
Office Hours: Fri 1-2pm (Tom, CS 422), Thu 3pm-4pm, Fri 11am-12pm (Sid, CS 216)
Questions: We will use Piazza to handle Q&A this semester. Please post your questions there instead of mailing the staff, if possible.