CS 348C Proposed Topics

CS 348C - Modeling in Computer Graphics
Fall quarter, 1995
Coordinator: Apostolos Lerios

The topics are designed to be equally hard to investigate and present. Using the number of papers under a topic as a measure of its difficulty can be very deceptive: e.g. presenting four papers using the same basic technique is easier than covering two papers with radically different approaches.

The hyperlinks in the ensuing papers' list perform the following functions:

Fire and smoke

Plants and trees

Light bursts: lightning and fireworks

Animal skin

Animal movement

Human hair

Unusual surfaces I: cloth, pigmented, and rugged surfaces

Unusual surfaces II: pearlescent surfaces

Light scattering: atmospheric and subsurface

Drape of cloth

Odds and ends: glare effects and silver tarnish

Last update: 13 December 1995 by Apostolos "Toli" Lerios