Computer Engineering
Seminar Course - Advanced Computer Graphics 2010 lp3+4      
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Examiner: Ulf Assarsson
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Course start: (sp3, week 1) Tuesday, 16:00-18:00
7,5 Högskolepoäng
Grades: U (failed), 3, 4, 5
Educational Level: Advanced
Institution: 37 - DATA- OCH INFORMATIONSTEKNIK
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Teaching language: English

Teacher and Examiner: Ulf Assarsson, intern phone 1775 (031-7721775)
room 4115, floor 4, the corridor along Rännvägen, ED-huset E-mail: see above.
Course assistants: Erik Sintorn (erik dot sintorn at chalmers dot se), Markus Billeter, Ola Olsson


Course Description
The compulsory introductory course TDA361/DIT220 Computer Graphics was highly theoretically intensive, giving a brief introduction to a vast amount of topics within computer graphics. In this follow-up course, the students are given a chance to dig deeper into a particular subject, in which they perform a project. Compulsory seminars presents more details on a research-level for a selection of topics, e.g. ambient occlusion, hair rendering, GPGPU applications, ray tracing and global illumination, GPU-ray tracing, hard and soft shadows, real-time indirect illumination, spherical harmonics, wavelets for CG.


Knowledge Entrance Requirements
M.Sc. students must have taken the course TDA361/DIT220 Computer Graphics


14 Seminars:
  • Tuesdays 16-18 each week, sp3+sp4. 80% attendance compulsory.
  • Room 3364 - EDIT-rummet Sammanträdesrum. MAP .

  • Seminar 1: Soft Shadow Volumes
  • Seminar 2: Real-Time Hair Rendering
  • Seminar 3: GPU Ray Tracing
  • Seminar 4: Clouds
  • Seminar 5-12, see below

    Schedule for your 15-minutes presentations

    Date Presenter Topic
    16 Feb. Shahrouz Z. Spherical Harmonics
    23 Feb Johan G. + Ted L. Volumetric Lighting
    2 March Joakim C. + Patrik S.
    Fredrik N.
    Ambient Occlusion Volumes
    Hardware-Accelerated Global Illumination by Image Space Photon Mapping
    13 April Daniel L. + Jakob B. Cascaded Light Propagation Volumes for Real-Time Indirect Illumination
    20 April Henrique A. + George F. Screen-Space Perceptual Rendering of Human Skin
    27 April Akekarat P. + Alejandro V.
    Anders Larsson.
    Alexander G.
    Particle-based Fluid Simulation for Interactive Applications
    Particle-based Viscoelastic Fluid Simulation
    Motion Blur
    11 May presentation by Illuminate Labs Illuminate Labs


    Examination
    • 14 seminars, 80% compulsory attendance. Each seminar:
      • 1-2 students present a paper. Every other participant have prepared 1-2 questions. 1-2 students are discussion leaders.
    • Each student should have presented and been discussion leader at end of course.
    • A graphics-related project that will be graded. See below.


    Project
    The students should perform a project of their choice. Examples include:
  • realistic explosions, clouds, fractal mountains (e.g. clip maps/geomorph/ROAM, ray tracing based a la GPUGems3)
  • CUDA program (a general parallel problem)
  • compare fully robust shadow volumes against shadow maps
  • Smaller game
  • real-time ray tracer, ray tracing with photon mapping.
  • Ambient occlusion (screen-space)
  • Model and animate using Maya/3DSMax/Blender
  • Spherical Harmonics
  • Collision Detection
  • Displacement / parallax mapping

    About magnitude of project
    Guideline: 7.5p corresponds to 5*55 hours. We have 12*2h of seminars, so your individual contribution should be around 250 hours on the project. You are allowed to work in groups in order to achieve larger projects. You must then keep track of your individual contribution.

    You may use the computers in our lab rooms 4220 + 4225, based on availability and as long as the rooms are not booked by other courses, if you do not have access to any other computer (home or in school) that you prefer. These rooms are usually heavily booked by other courses during the day. After 17.00, the rooms are typically free. If you need access to these rooms, email me your name, personal number and entrance card number (starts with T000...).

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