Cannot be taken with: COM3503
Aims/Description: This module is an introduction to the techniques used in modern 3D computer graphics. It deals with fundamental techniques that are the basis of work in a range of industries, e.g. entertainment and computer-aided design. Both basic and advanced topics concerned with the production of images of abstract 3D objects are covered, including: 3D representations and manipulations in graphics, light reflection models, realism techniques such as shadows and textures, ray tracing and 3D animation. Students should be aware that there are limited places available on this course.
Restrictions on availability: Not permitted for students who have already taken COM3503. Students from other depts will need to demonstrate skills in imperative programming, software design, data structures + their applications, + experience of vector + matrix arithmetric
Notes: This unit forms part of an accredited degree programme
Information on the department responsible for this unit (Computer Science):
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