COMPUTER GRAPHICS

Section

Professor

Steven Feiner

Survey Results

58 of 69 students responded

Instructor: Organization and Preparation3.34
Instructor: Classroom Delivery2.97
Instructor: Approachability2.66
Instructor: Overall Quality2.76
Course: Amount Learned2.86
Course: Appropriateness of Workload2.31
Course: Fairness of Grading Process2.59
Course: Quality of Text2.84
Course: Overall Quality2.59

Course Information

Prerequisites: COMS W3139 and either W3156 or W4156. Previous familiarity with C and UNIX is recommended. An intensive introduction to computer graphics. Graphics hardware, design of graphics packages, interaction techniques, geometric transformations, 3-D viewing and projections, raster scan conversion algorithms, image synthesis, visible surface determination, lighting and shading, representation of 3-D shapes, object modeling and hierarchy, color, and animation. Advanced topics as time permits. Emphasis is on implementation of important graphics algorithms.

Department: Computer Science(COMS)

Subject: Computer Science(COMS)

School: School of the Arts, Barnard College, Columbia College, School of General Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, School of International and Public Affairs, Continuing Education and Special Programs

Division: Interfaculty

Course ID: 4160