Computer Graphics Laboratory ETH Zurich

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Visual Computing - AS17 - Course Notes

Slides

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Session Topic
Computer Vision
September 19 Introduction - 1 slide per sheet
September 21 Digital images and sensors - 1 slide per sheet
September 26 Image Segmentation I - 1 slide per sheet
September 28 Image Segmentation II - 1 slide per sheet
October 03 Convolution and Filtering - 1 slide per sheet
October 05 Image Features - 1 slide per sheet
October 10 Fourier Transform - 1 slide per sheet
October 12 Optical Flow - 1 slide per sheet
October 17 Video Compression - 1 slide per sheet
October 19 Unitary Transforms - 1 slide per sheet
October 24 Pyramids and Wavelets - 1 slide per sheet
October 26 Textures - 1 slide per sheet
October 31 Augmented Reality - 1 slide per sheet
November 02 (tbd) -
Computer Graphics
November 07 Introduction - 1 slide per sheet
November 09 Drawing Triangles - 1 slide per sheet
November 14 Transforms - 1 slide per sheet
November 16 Geometry and Texture, Part I - 1 slide per sheet
November 21 Geometry and Texture, Part II - 1 slide per sheet
November 23 The Graphics Pipeline - 1 slide per sheet
November 28 Lighting and Shading - 1 slide per sheet
November 30 Ray Tracing - 1 slide per sheet
December 05 Animation - 1 slide per sheet
December 07 Rigging - 1 slide per sheet
December 12 Physically-Based Animation - 1 slide per sheet
December 14 PDEs - 1 slide per sheet
December 19 Animation II - 1 slide per sheet
December 21 PDEs II - 1 slide per sheet

Links

Books

Image Processing
Computer Graphics

OpenGL

External Links

Script

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Computer Graphics script [PDF]

Podcast

The lectures from 2009 and 2010 are available as podcasts. Please keep in mind that these only serve as a reference, in case you have, e.g., missed a lecture. The content of the lectures has changed over the years, and you are advised not to study based solely on these podcasts.