|Vorbesprechung||05.10.2020, 16:00 - 17:00||Zoom|
|Deadline submission 1||14.10.2020, 18:00|
|Deadline submission 2||04.11.2020, 18:00|
|Deadline submission 3||25.11.2020, 18:00|
Tasks 1 - 3
|30.11.2020 - 04.12.2020||Zoom|
|Deadline submission 4||16.12.2020, 18:00|
|Deadline submission 5||13.01.2021, 18:00|
Tasks 4 - 5
|18.01.2021 - 22.01.2021||Zoom|
Tutors are available in the via Zoom to answer questions and help with problems.
Dates (always at 16:00):
The Zoom Links can be found on TUWEL.
Please be there at the start of the session.
The goal of the lab course "Introduction to Computer Graphics" is to practice and deepen concepts from the "Introduction to Visual Computing" course.
In this course, a 3D mesh viewer will be developed using C++ and OpenGL in five programming assignments. This assignments include the following topics:
More details about the assignments can be found in the TUWEL course.
During the semester five assignments have to be developed. After the third and fifth task a submission talk ("Abgabegespräch") will take place via Zoom where the assignments will be graded. For this, a internet connection and a Webcam are required. There are no dates with mandatory attendance except for the submission talks. The tasks have to be developed at home. The minimal hardware requirements are an OpenGL 4.3 compatible graphics card (NVidia Geforce 400 series/AMD Radeon HD 5000 series or newer), Windows 10 and Visual Studio 2019 (the community edition can be downloaded for free).
Registration for this course is done by submitting the first assignment. To get access to the TUWEL course a registration to the TISS course is necessary. Everyone who submits the first programming assignment will get a grade.
All submission are done in the TUWEL course. Please follow the advices in the task descriptions. The submission dates are stated in the "Dates" section. All assignments have to be submitted until 18:00 on the date. Late submissions are not possible.
Each assignment consists of a number of regular tasks and some specialization tasks. With regular tasks, a total of 80 points can be achieved. In addition, up to 42 specialization points can be obtained. In order to pass the course at least 50 points on regular tasks are necessary. Spezialization points only count when this minimum requirement is reached and can be used to improve the grade. The submissions are graded in two submission talks ("Abgabegespräche") after assignment 3 and after assignment 5. Make sure that you can explain your code as well as the theory/algorithms behind it. Registration for the submission talks is done in TUWEL.
|1 ("Sehr Gut")||88 - 122|
|2 ("Gut")||75 - 87|
|3 ("Befriedigend")||63 - 74|
|4 ("Genügend")||51 - 62|
|5 ("Nicht Genügend")||0 - 50|