CS 5610/6610 - Spring 2020 - Interactive Computer Graphics
The final project will be different for each student. The aim of the final project is to use the skills you've obtained during this class and gain additional knowledge and experience through implementing a more complex project.
Students will pick their own project topics and submit an proposal. The proposal will be reviewed and approved by the instructor.
The project topic can be the implementation of a paper that is related to interactive computer graphics. The recommended venues for finding project topics are SIGGRAPH, SIGGRAPH Asia, Eurographics, I3D, HPG, and EGSR conferences, but papers published in other venues can be accepted as well. Ke-Sen Huang's page contains links to papers published in various computer graphics venues.
Alternatively, students can describe a particular project they would like to implement. This project should be challenging enough and include interesting aspects of interactive computer graphics to be accepted as a final project.
Pick your final project and submit a 1-page proposal before the proposal deadline.
Your proposal should detail what exactly you plan to implement.
If you plan to implement a method in a paper, your proposal should include a proper citation of this paper.
Your proposal will be reviewed, possibly modified, and approved by the instructor.
Submit a progress report before the progress report deadline.
Your progress report will be graded independently.
Your progress report must include screen shots or videos of your (incomplete) implementation of your project.
The progress report must detail what has been implemented and what will be implemented before the final project deadline.
Complete the implementation detailed in your proposal to the best of your ability.
Submit your implementation along with a final project report before the final project deadline.
Attend the final project presentation session.
You must bring a computer for your presentation that is ready to be connected to the projector in class. Make sure to bring all adaptors and cables you will need to connect your computer to the projector. The presentations will be handled online using zoom.
Your presentation should give a short overview of your porject. In particular, your presentation must
Be no longer than 3 minutes,
Include at least a few screen shots (preferably a short video) from your implementation, or (ideally) an interactive demo,
Detail what you have implemented, and
Include citations of related work (such as the paper you picked for your project).
No incompletes or late submissions. Incomplete work can be submitted for partial credit.