Modern Research in
Computer Graphics
Spring 2001

 

Time:

Tuesday 6:00p - 7:15p
Friday 12:00p - 1:15p

Place:

Olsson 228 E

Instructors:

David Brogan
Olsson Room 217
dbrogan@cs.virginia.edu
Office Phone: 804-982-2211

David Luebke
Olsson Room 219
luebke@cs.virginia.edu
Office Phone: 804-924-1021

Description:

In this seminar, students will read seminal and modern computer graphics literature.

Papers: 

Dave Luebke's annotated list of interesting SIGGRAPH papers.

Grading:

  • Class Participation
  • Paper Presentations
  • Final Project

Presentations:

1/23/2001

Non-photorealistic Rendering

Rusty Ventura

Painterly rendering for animation.
Barbara J. Meier. Siggraph August 4 - 9, 1996, New Orleans, LA USA

PowerPoint

Andrea Rowan

Orientable textures for image-based pen-and-ink illustration.
Michael P. Salisbury, Michael T. Wong, John F. Hughes and David H. Salesin. Siggraph, August 3 - 8, 1997, Los Angeles, CA USA

PowerPoint

 

1/26/2001

Guest Lecture: Perception

Michael Kubovy
Psych Dept.

Is there a space-time metric in motion perception?

 

 

1/30/2001

Non-photorealistic Rendering

Siddharth Dalal

Image shading taking into account relativistic effects.
ACM Transactions on Graphics Volume 15, Issue 4 (1996)

PowerPoint
MPEGs

Yannick Loitičre

Interactive technical illustration.
Proceedings of the 1999 symposium on Interactive 3D graphics.

PowerPoint

Yannick Loitičre

Image precision silhouette edges.
Proceedings of the 1999 symposium on Interactive 3D graphics.

PowerPoint

 

2/6/2001

Guest Lecture: Retargeting Animation

Michael Gleicher
U. Wisconsin

Read any (and all) of Gleicher's papers

 

2/9/2001

Trees

Yannick Loitičre

Synthetic topiary.
Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz, Mark James, and RadomŤr Mecaronch. Proceedings of the 21st annual conference on Computer graphics July 24 - 29, 1994, Orlando, FL USA.

PowerPoint

Chris Lutz

Computer-generated pen-and-ink illustration of trees.
Oliver Deussen and Thomas Strothotte. Proceedings of the on Computer graphics July 23 - 28, 2000, New Orleans, LA USA.

PowerPoint

 

2/13/2001

Fire and Gas

Brendan Schubert

Depicting Fire and Other Gaseous Pehnomena Using Diffusion Processes.
Jos Stam and Eugene Fiume; Proceedings of the 22nd annual ACM conference on Computer graphics, 1995, Pages 129 - 136

PowerPoint

Brian Salomon

Modeling the Motion of a Hot, Turbulent Gas.
Nick Foster and Dimitris Metaxas; Proceedings of the 24th annual conference on Computer graphics & interactive techniques, 1997, Pages 181 - 188

PowerPoint

 

2/16/2001

Fire and Stone

Andrea Rowan

Modeling and rendering of weathered stone.
Julie Dorsey, Alan Edelman, Henrik Wann Jensen, Justin Legakis and Hans K°hling Pedersen; Proceedings of the SIGGRAPH 1999 annual conference on Computer graphics, 1999, Pages 225 - 234

PowerPoint

Brendan Schubert

Interactive simulation of fire in virtual building environments.
Richard Bukowski and Carlo S‰quin; Proceedings of the 24th annual conference on Computer graphics & interactive techniques, 1997, Pages 35 - 44

PowerPoint

 

2/20/2001

Virtual Reality

Siddharth Dalal

Walking-in-place flying, in virtual environments.
Martin Usoh, Kevin Arthur, Mary C. Whitton, Rui Bastos, Anthony Steed, Mel Slater and Frederick P. Brooks; Proceedings of the SIGGRAPH 1999 annual conference on Computer graphics, 1999, Pages 359 - 364

PowerPoint

Rusty Ventura

Quantifying immersion in virtual reality.
Randy Pausch, Dennis Proffitt and George Williams; Proceedings of the 24th annual conference on Computer graphics & interactive techniques, 1997, Pages 13 - 18

PowerPoint

 

2/27/2001

Spacetime Constraints

David Brogan

Spacetime Constraints.
Andrew Witkin and Michael Kass. Computer Graphics (Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 88), 22 (4), pp. 159-168 (August 1988, Atlanta, Georgia). Edited by John Dill.

MPEG

 

3/2/2001

Biologically-Based Rendering

Chris Lutz

A Simple Method for Extracting the Natural Beauty of Hair.
Computer Graphics (Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 1992). Ken-ichi Anjyo, Yoshiaki Usami and Tsuneya Kurihara.

 

PowerPoint

Andrea Rowan

Reflection from layered surfaces due to subsurface scattering.
Computer Graphics (Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 1993). Pat Hanrahan & Wolfgang Krueger.

PowerPoint

 

3/20/2001

Raytracing: To Infinity and Beyond

Rusty Ventura

Interactive Ray Tracing.
Steven Parker, William Martin, Peter-Pike J. Sloan, Peter Shirley, Brian Smits, Charles Hansen; Proceedings of the SIGGRAPH 1999 annual conference on Computer graphics, 1999, Pages 359 - 364

PowerPoint
MPEG

 

 

3/27/2001

Sims and Simsesque

Brenden Schubert

Particle animation and rendering using data parallel computation .
Computer Graphics (Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 1990), 24 (4), pp. 405-413. Karl Sims.

PowerPoint
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3/30/2001

Fishics

Siddharth Dalal

Artificial Fishes: Physics, Locomotion, Perception, Beahviour.
Proc. of ACM SIGGRAPH'94, Orlando, FL, July, 1994, in ACM Computer Graphics Proceedings, 1994

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4/3/2001

Cross Hatching

Brian Salomon

Real-Time Hatching
Emil Praun, Hugues Hoppe, Mathew Webb, Adam Finkelstein. Proc. of ACM SIGGRAPH'01, Los Angelos, CA, August, 2001, in ACM Computer Graphics Proceedings, 2001

PPT

 

 

4/6/2001

Mesh Parameterizations

Chris Lutz

Consistent Mesh Parameterization
Emil Praun, Wim Sweldens, Peter Schroder. Proc. of ACM SIGGRAPH'01, Los Angelos, CA, August, 2001, in ACM Computer Graphics Proceedings, 2001

PowerPoint



4/19/2001

Novel Interfaces for the Creation of 3D Graphics

Rusty Ventura

Surface Drawing: Creating Organic 3D Shapes with the Hand and Tangible Tools.

Steven Schkolne, Micheal Pruett, Peter Schroeder. Proceedings of ACM CHI 2001, Seattle, WA, April, 2001.

PowerPoint