CS148

This summer I taught CS 148, the introduction to computer graphics course at Stanford. This was the first time I taught the class and, despite being incredibly time consuming, I really enjoyed it. I created all my own slides and new projects for the course.

The final project was to combine a path traced object with a real photograph—creating a “special effects” style image. I thought this was quite successful. The winning image was created by Zhan Fam Quek:

This was created using a path tracer written by the students, using a HDR environment map and HDR background image captured by the students.

More images from the final project can be found in the course gallery. Slides and assignments can be found on the course webpage.

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