Fakultät Informatik

Seminar Computer Graphics

 J. Krüger, J. Georgii, R. Westermann

 Seminar Computer Graphics

Time, Place

Thu 14:00 - 15:30, MI 02.13.010

Begin:

29.04.2004

Prerequisites

none

Contents

The main purpose of this seminar is to present and to explore state of the art non-photorealistic rendering and visualization techniques.

To sucessfully participate in this seminar, the attendants will have to prepare a talk, which should last about 60 minutes. Supplementary, a short workout (approximately 4 pages) should be prepared. During the preparation for the talks, independing investigation for further reading is desired. The registration for this seminar will take place at the date mentioned above. During registration, a brief description of each subject will be given.

Topics and Talks

Date

Student

Title

2004/04/29

Christian Becker

Silhouettes, Pen-and-Ink, Engraving

2004/05/06

Benjamin Schimmer

3D Modeling Based on 2D Sketch Input

2004/05/13

Daniel Koitzsch

(Toon) Shading

2004/05/27

Christian Wolfertstetter

Painterly 3D Rendering

2004/05/27

Gunter Gemmel

Painterly Image Processing Techniques

2004/06/03

Andreas Heusler

(Stylized) Halftoning

2004/06/17

Gregor Ehrenstein

Stippling

2004/06/24

Matija Pasch

Stylized Motion

2004/07/01

Javier Morales

PuertaNon-traditional perspective

2004/07/15

Daniel Poza Zamarrón

Stylized Depiction

2004/07/22

Andreas Kappler

Real Time Techniques

Related Files

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News

Matthias Niessner, our new Professor from Stanford University, offers a number of interesting topics for  master theses.

 

PhD positions on   Computational Fabrication and 3D Printing and  Photorealistic Rendering for Deep Learning and Online Reconstruction are available at the Computer Graphics & Visualization group.