Geometry Processing


SS 2012





ECTS 6 (V3/Ü2)


Campus, L2P


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Course Dates:




Lecture Thu, 10:00 - 11:30, starting 5th Apr 2012 AH V
Lecture Fri, 10:00 - 11:30, starting 20th Apr 2012, bi-weekly AH V
Exercise Wed, 10:00 - 11:30, starting 11th Apr 2012 6317
Exam (1st) 24th Jul 2012, 13:30 - 15:00 5056
Exam (2nd) 17th Sep 2012, 10:00 - 11:30 5052

In this lecture we look at different methods for processing the geometry of 3D surfaces. This lecture covers parts of the former Computer Graphics II lecture, concentrating on the topics related to the processing of geometry.

To obtain a nice-looking 3D surface of a real-world object, methods of geometry processing are needed all along the pipeline. Point data from 3D scanners first needs to be triangulated. Using methods of mesh optimization, the original triangle mesh can then be improved (smooth away noise, reduce complexity, etc.) Also, approaches to model and modify meshes are treated as well as parametrization techniques needed for texturing for example. Finally, methods for the efficient compression, storage, and transmission of polygonal meshes are discussed.

Course Material:

All material can be found in the L2P room. Register via campus or send an email with name, matr. number and rwth-email to the above contact.

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