David M. Siegel '83 Professor
Chair, Department of Computer Science
Associated Faculty, Program in Applied and Computational Mathematics
Director, Program in Robotics and Intelligent Systems
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If you are interested in joining the PhD program at Princeton: Please be aware that application to the program is evaluated at the department level, and unfortunately I can neither make any promises about the outcome nor evaluate your qualifications outside of that process. Please look at https://www.cs.princeton.edu/grad/ for more information, and apply to Princeton if you are interested. I appreciate that you may have been told that it's a good idea to contact potential advisors ahead of time, but unfortunately I am not able to respond to such emails.
is an implementation of Exaggerated Shading.
is a sample implementation of Real-Time Suggestive Contours.
is a library and a set of utilities for reading, writing, and
manipulating 3D triangle meshes. An
is also available.
is a multiresolution point rendering system for large scanned models.
is a browser for various analytical BRDF models.