Course Intro

Time

Friday 9:10am to 12:10am 

Location

I2-Space, 318B @ Civil Engineering Building 

V-Lab. Room 604 @ New Civil Engineering Building (Map)

Instructor 

Prof. Shih-Chung Kang (sckang-at-caece-dot-net)

TA

WeiHan Hung (magic-at-caece-dot-net)

Course Goal

In the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industries, computer visualization usage can cover the whole lifecycle of a product from presentation of initial concepts to the final stages of production and can also extend to maintenance issues. This course is designed for students who would like to learn the latest applications of visualization technologies in AEC industries and learn the information technologies required for developing the visualizations. This course includes theories of computer graphics, creation of 3D scenarios, interactive user interface, collision detecting methods and motion planning methods. Multiple programming projects (based on Microsoft XNA) will be assigned to help students master the programming skills. In the end of the course, students need to develop a research-oriented project as the final project by using the technologies learned in this course.

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