Final Project Demos
Final project demos will be held at 9 AM on 12/17 in the Sun Lab. Attendance is mandatory! Contact the TA staff ASAP if you have conflicts that prevent you from making demo day.
Immediately after the demos, there will be a congratulatory reception with milk and cookies in the atrium on the third floor of the CIT. Attendance is optional but highly recommended!
Final projects are out! It's time to start thinking about forming teams and brainstorming ideas. You'll be picking some techniques to implement in real time using OpenGL
The final is a group project. We strongly recommend two-person teams, but are willing to accommodate up to three. Note that our expectations for your final project will scale to the number of people on your team. You may work alone if you really want to.
Each team will have a mentor TA, who be well-versed in the details of your project and will provide guidance in choosing/implementing your graphics effects. Please form teams and sign up for a mentor TA by Sunday 11/18. You can find a signup sheet on the door to the fishbowl (271).
You can find much more info about the final project on the Projects page
Bill Buxton on Natural UIs
On October 24 (this Wednesday) Bill Buxton (http://billbuxton.com/) will be giving a lecture about the rise of Natural User Interfaces (NUIs). As graphics students, this talk should be right up your alley. You're highly encouraged to attend!
The talk will take place 4:30 PM on 10/24 in room 368 of the CIT. An email with more information was posted to the CS123 course mailing list. We hope to see you there!