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Computer Graphics

Seat No.: ________ Enrolment No.______________ GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY B. E. - SEMESTER – VI • EXAMINATION – WINTER 2012 Subject code: 160703 Subject Name: Computer Graphics Time: 02.30 pm - 05.00 pm Date: 04/01/2013 Total Marks: 70 Instructions: 1. Attempt any five questions. 2. Make suitable assumptions wherever necessary. 3. Figures to the right indicate full marks. Q.1 (a) Explain DDA line drawing algorithm. What are the limitations of DDA line 07 drawing...

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Computer Graphics

Computer Graphics When I think of art I think of great artists of the past. Artists that have spent practically all their lives to produce visually stunning pieces of work. Artists such as Michelangelo, who spent 15 years of his life to finalize a painting on the ceiling of the St. Peter's Cathedral. When I think of art, I think of the legendary sculptures of the classical era. Artists then envisioned a final work from a block of stone. However, It is very difficult for me to consider a person...

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Matrices Used In Computer Graphics.

Matrices Used In Computer Graphics Every one of us uses matrices nearly everyday in our lives and probably unaware of it. Matrices are commonly used in computers for their 3D graphics. Most of the matrices that are used are either 3x3 or 4x4 matrices and are computed by either rotation matrices or translation matrices. The matrices that are used are an array that holds numbers, commonly called a 3x3 array or 4x4 array. Or Examples of 3x3 and 4x4 matrices. The reason that matrices are used is...

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CURRENT RESEARCH IN COMPUTER GRAPHICS Image-Based 3D Reconstruction REFERENCE :- Prof. Dr. Leif kobbelt (https://www.graphics.rwth-aachen.de/publication/188_187_182_15/) The faithful digitization and digital reproduction of three dimensional real world objects is fundamental challenges in computer graphics. In this research area there is a focus on new techniques to reconstruct 3D objects from simple photos or video. New solutions to involved problems such as camera calibration, structure...

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3d Computer Graphics and Screw Thread

on this endeavor. This can lead to much frustration.  Don't Do It My usual answer when asked how make real screws is "Don't do it!" Draw them in 2D. AutoCAD strains itself on solids. A realistically modeled length of thread can bogs down most computers. And when it gets right down to it, a true screw thread is impossible in AutoCAD. Some CAD programs, like SolidWorks can make true threads, but still file size balloons and performance suffers. Do it In the Flat A 2D representation of a screw is...

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Why Computers Are Helpful

Computer plays an important role in many of our lives and has become a part of a daily routine. The computer is really important to me in my life because it has allowed me to do many different things. The computer has allowed me to stay connected with friends and family around the world, helps me with my education and allows me to see the events that are occurring around the world, and it also provides entertainment for yourself. The computer allows me to stay connect with my friends and family...

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Human Computer Interaction

Internet users, web surfers will get benefited. General Terms Information visualization, Visualization techniques, XML page downloading, XML parsing. Keywords 2D/3D visualization, 3D Browser, XML Parsing. 1. INTRODUCTION Today, “Human Computer Interface” is the talk of the IT industry. Means all the IT companies give preference to the GUI of the product they are developing. For example, Microsoft has developed “Microsoft Office 2007”; it doesn’t have much more extended functionality...

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"Augmented Reality" Research Paper/Essay

Augmented reality can be defined as a composite or an illusive view of the physical world created by computer generated information, images and graphics. How did it start? Well it was first initiated by Morton Heilig who was an American cinematographer and philosopher. He experienced with the help of a partner and developed the “sensorama” from 1957 to 1962. The “sensorama” consisted of a big bulky device shaped like an arcade game in which the player has to sit and it gave him the experience...

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Research Paper - 3D Technology in Motion Picture

has given us gifts like Avatar, Tron- Legecy, Rio and so on and we can experience the movies so real like we see the view through the window of our room. Some people are just happy to watch 3D movies only as their focuses are only high definition graphics and entertainment, but it might not be enough for others who really feel curious about the making of 3D movies and the way those work. From the 1850s until now the features, components and the effects of motion pictures have been changing progressively...

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Reading Makes a Man

In computing, an input device is any peripheral (piece of computer hardware equipment) used to provide data and control signals to an information processing system such as a computer or other information appliance. Examples of input devices include keyboards, mice, scanners, digital cameras and joysticks. Many input devices can be classified according to: * modality of input (e.g. mechanical motion, audio, visual, etc.) * the input is discrete (e.g. key presses) or continuous (e.g. a mouse's...

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