Central Connecticut State University, Fall 1999

CS 423 -- Computer Graphics -- 3 Credits

Section 70 -- MTWR 06:45-08:00 PM

Room 309 Maria Sanford Hall

This course is an introduction to computer graphics from a programming point of view. Topics will include wire frame and solid graphics in two and three dimensions, geometric transformations in computer graphics, and animation. Example code will be given in Algol like pseudo-code, C, and Java. There will be two kinds of projects, pencil and paper projects and computer projects. Normally, computer projects will be written in Java.


Java Resources. Tons of stuff, including lists of good books, tutorials and demos from other courses, complete Java course notes on the Web, and instructions for downloading Free Java from Sun!


Problem Sets and Projects.

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