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Computer graphics are everywhere, from computer-animated movies and games, to virtual reality and telepresence. This course will introduce the student to the fundamental mathematical and computational concepts of Computer Graphics. Many topics are approached, including hardware, output primitives such as line drawing, 2D and 3D transformations, clipping algorithms, 3D representations, hidden surface and line removal techniques, splines, ray tracing, and more, if time allows. The programming environment for this course is C or C++.

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