Interactive Computer Graphics

CS248

Stanford School of Engineering


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Description

High quality computer graphics require robust, fast responding systems for optimal display. This course goes beyond rendering and focuses on computational geometry, animation and simulation to create interactive, user-focused imagery. As a final project, students implement an interactive video game utilizing various concepts covered in the class. Games may be designed on mobile devices, in a client/server/browser environment, or on a standard personal computer.

Prerequisites

Introduction to Computer Graphics and Imagining (CS148)

Topics include

  • Articulation
  • Collision detection
  • Implicit surfaces
  • Motion capture and editing
  • Particle systems and crowds
  • Rigid and deformable bodies
  • Skinning
  • Splines

Note on Course Availability

This course is typically offered Winter quarter.

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