CSE 167 - Computer Graphics

Units: 

 4

Representation and manipulation of pictorial data. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional transformations, curves, surfaces. Projection, illumination and shading models. Raster and vector graphic I/O devices; retained-mode and immediate-mode graphics software systems and applications. Students may not receive credit for both Math 155A and CSE 167.

Course Objectives: 

CSE 167 is a complete introductory computer graphics course. We will cover topics in both 2D and 3D graphics, from the point of view of both the user and the implementor of graphics packages.

Laboratory Work: 

Programming assignments.

Prerequisites: 

Please see Prerequisites page.

Other Restrictions: 

Students may not receive credit for both Math 155A and CSE 167.

Offered: 

One quarter per year, normally in the Fall. Please see Tentative Course Offerings page. 

Formerly CSE 177