COMP 691F Digital Geometry & Modeling
In the last decade, digital geometry became a ubiquitous data type used in a variety of fields from computer games and special effects to medical imaging, engineering and architecture. COMP 691F is a graduate graphics course that focuses on digital geometric processing and modeling.
The course provides a practical understanding and familiarity with the fundamental data structures and algorithms of digital geometric processing as well as the latest research in the field. This course is a critical asset for programmers and software engineers particularly for careers in the gaming industry, medical, engineering, architecture to name a few. This course will also provide a solid basis for performing research in these fields. This is a project-oriented course that will allow the student to use the latest graphics tools and libraries and apply them, as part of a course project, to his/her own geometric flavored research problem.
The course will be offered Tu,Th 1:15PM – 2:30PM in H562. Pizza and refreshments will be provided in the first class.