CMPS160: Introduction to Computer Graphics

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Introduces techniques of modeling, transformation, and rendering for computer-generated imagery. Topics: 2D/3D primitives, projections, matrix composition, and shading algorithms. Programming assignments and major project required. Students cannot receive credit for both this course and course 260 in quarters when they are offered concurrently. Mastery of materials in the prerequisite courses will be verified with a quiz or assignment during the first two weeks of the course. Prerequisite(s): course 101 and Mathematics 21 or Applied Mathematics and Statistics 10. Concurrent enrollment in course 160L required.

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