This page isn't updated as regularly as it used to be.
Our most recent demos appear first in this list.
- Best photographs from each of the weekly assignments in
CS 178 - Digital Photography
- Download ScanView:
a program that lets you fly around our models of
Michelangelo's statues - no license required.
multiresolution viewer for large polygon meshes
- Winning entries from the yearly CS 248
video game competition
- Winter, 2010
- Autumn, 2008
- Autumn, 2007
- Autumn, 2006
- Autumn, 2005
- Autumn, 2004
- Autumn, 2003
- Autumn, 2002
- Autumn, 2001
- Autumn, 2000
- Autumn, 1999
- Renderings of our 3D model of
Michelangelo's giant statue of David
- Renderings of our 386-million-triangle model of
Michelangelo's St. Matthew (click on figure 4)
- Photographic essays describing the year we spent in Italy
scanning the statues of Michelangelo
- Demos and animations from student projects in
CS 99D - The Science of Art:
- Download our
real-time viewer for light fields, or look at
interactive sessions of the viewer in action
- Renderings and 3D fax of a 2-million polygon model of a
- Movie of an ancient ageing
- Several 3D volume morphs.
- Pictures and movies of objects painted with a 3D painting system.
- Movies of a
zippered polygon mesh model of a plastic toy lion.
- Volume rendered
movies of a human head and an engine block.
- Images and animations from the yearly CS 348B
- Spring, 2009
- Spring, 2008
- Spring, 2007
- Spring, 2006
- Spring, 2005
- Spring, 2004
- Spring, 2003
- Spring, 2002
- Spring, 2001
- Spring, 2000
- Spring, 1999
- Spring, 1998
- Spring, 1997
- Spring, 1996
- Winter, 1995
- Winter, 1994
- Winter, 1993
- Winter, 1992
- Images and animations from the CS 348C student projects
- Images and animations from the yearly CS 248
gallery of images from our technical papers.
- Description of how the
banner image at the top of this page was created.
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