Aim and Subject
While rendering - the classical field of computer graphics - has reached very high standards in the recent two decades, the issue of the creation of appropriate digital models is a difficult problem that hardly keeps pace with current demands. Indeed, it is a complex creative process that involves both artistic and technical skills.
This course provides comprehensive introduction to modern methods for creation, representation, analysis, and processing of 3D models of various kinds. The goal is to provide solid understanding of how 3D digital models are generated, represented and treated algorithmically.
Following topics will be treated in this course:
Structure-Aware Shape Processing
Time and Place
First lecture: Tuesday, 04.10.2016 from 15h-17h (c.t.).
Further lectures: every Tuesday from 15h-17h (c.t.).
All lectures take place in the Seminarraum 186
The whole communication runs over the TISS-Page
Information regarding the exercises are available on the TUWEL-Page